University of Rochester - Interpres Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

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'HE CAME TO ROCHESTERWITH US, AND WE HAVE LEARNED TO THINK OF HIM, NOT AS A TEACHER TO WHOM A REPORT IS DUE, BUT RATHER AS A FRIEND TO WHOM WE CAN GIVE OUR CONFIDENCE. 'gif ' A "" Q.. ff ?"?63' I if.2? ' 3v ' U 19 ' NINETEEN HUNDRED 'IWENTY NINE WW 'JE' If' K MQGQ-A fb THE ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE JUNIDR CLASS af the UNIVERSITY Q' ROCHESTER lfocbestezg Mew Mrk 'VOLUME slxw- NINE KQN I l irwnl f . A W 5 ... U , Nz... ..-:: . .... ....... K .:::::: "ESI: Ilia iillrll ?un Clll :Ill C . ........ ....."'-' '-'-- Y - R 1-...1 -.-, .N--.ga A , I 1221: ... ---Q - - huns' n-533. I ..- Eli - ' -- , 'ul " "'x.. 'H XX -....,- H," 'N. .. . . .,.,f"' A,-,,,,M- 44Mi Z. l ,,TA Z , ' Q Q Q A If-" QQ . JL.. ,"""" .- '5 ...- .xy -, - L ORE GRD K9 A Collection of crystallizedlC U memories, selected with al kindly eye, looking toward lasting interest, as well as present appropriateness, this we have tried to make our Inierprcm. If, a generation from today when we are "sons of former years," this volume bring hack vivid pictures of our hazily happy undergrad- uate days at Rochester, it will have achieved success, and this present editorial effort will be recompensed. Cx? YD 'D "?C3' l'??Q? L L L CCNTE NTS CDLLEGE CLASSES I , ACTIVITIES 3 ATHLETICS 35? ORGANIZATIONS FEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS me YD 5.63 y-61?-5 J 1"A.-.1 1 1 L l i i RQ QU RQ" I. Ui U SU? CAMPUS SUNG eww? I You may talk of the halls of your college, You may talk of the men it's bred, You may talk of the life you have led there, But when everything's done and said, Tho' you've traveled the whole world over And the fairest sights have seen, There'll be nothing your mem'ry will dwell on, Like the thoughts of your own college green. Where do the fellows as twilight falls, Gather to talk o'er the day? 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'W' lK'f7'7W19 WVU Qffbf Q X , f- - V , W , Alai: A W , 4"""" ""'Ki::4-W -- '- --"----- A -- ---- --'W - ---' --- -"- 3' ---'-----ggf-:-- Q 3Q3,iv -.Q gap , EQ in LE -L f I iS? SUI QQ 'tp IQ" 5 Q 162 QU Vfb va-I QQQ De 5 E 15 FW f f 5? 2 U1 g f Q3 A 3, gp . I 'iii ? ! Q-' F2 sl P 1 JP gm fin . Pl' M ' nr' K ' ' ix. 1 521 Q5 1 PRESIDENT RUSH RHEES as H V5 ig f 1 R: Syl: : ' X1-I' V., 4 a 11 .Y QM 3 . gg 0' 1 1 4 I fc-X I .M 5295 , ' , I C' my 1159 K W 'JN ' I sm . ..X his S3 X 'i'jQQfii:4::AL"1 f1Flff:?:if"fA3TiL:5:':l,l5' ":5'T'7:1T",f'Fris EE' 1:43. ' .. ig., , Li: .ifii :i11JI1ig..i',: ,igHJ.,'43f:x1.:.i.g.4:L:',:..:'::1fL3lif Et' '-imp'-A PQNV 2? Q95 22 6' QQQW if S Qxfifefb ,VQ,3fg73 Q six iifiix 55533, is Qyigl, 5, Q hxih Q19 5, Qgjig, Q, Qyffyv, QSQQX9 cf 15 -aw --- . M- M-.. .Q-fTQfWX2., -...M ,- R.., , . -M K,,, A-,,...,.,,,A,, , . - f A ,fy Vvx, x A f. N -5' X Q .U - , I el'95Q!l.'93Q!5.95Q"5.WQ4l.'9TQ9l55'Q? kJ5KE95.9X'Q15.'9R4Q!Y95Q,N9KE,N.95"' 5 . The Board of Trustees ' - Elecled .D IOHN P. MUNN, A.B., M.D., Chairman ...... 1886 . fCla.r.r of 18701 18 West 58th Street, New York, N. Y. IOSEPH T. ALLING, A.M., Firm! Vice-Chairman .... 1895 lCla.r.r 0618761 llgones Street, Rochester WALTER S. UBBELL, .1V1., Second Vice-Clrairnzan . 1895 fCla.r.r of 18711 31 Exchange Street, Rochester EDWARD G, MINER, Secrelary ......... 1910 The Pfaudler Com any, 89 East Avenue, Rochester RUSH RHEES, A.M., DEQ., LL.D., Preridenl of the UnI'ver.ri1y 1899 44 Prince Street, Rochester I RAYMOND N. BALL, B.S., Treasurer ........ 1926 1 QC!a.r.r 0919141 44 Prince Street, Rochester ' GEORGE C. OLLISTER, B.S. ....... 1890 fCla.r.r of 18771 100 Anderson Ave., Rochester Rurus A. SIBLEY, T ru.:-tee EmerI'tu.r ..... 1895 950 East Avenue, Rochester DAVID I. HILL, LL.D. ........ 1896 1745 Rhode Island Avenue, Yvashington, D. C. TIOIHIN B. CALVERT, D.D. . ........ 1899 CCIa.r.r OQI8761 Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y. , ALBERT H. ARRIS, A.B. ........... . 1900 D fCla.r.r of 18811 466 Lexington Avenue, New York, N. Y. WILLIAM B. HALE, A.M. ........... 1906 CCla.r.r 0418851 Aqueduct Building, Rochester HORACE F. AYLOR, A.B. .......... 1912 fCla.r.r of18931 2101 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. 'IAMI-:s G. CUTLER .,........... 1915 185 Main Street East, Rochester HERBERT S. RVEET, A.M., Ph.D. ..... 1915 fCla.r.r of 18991 Municipal Building, Rochester Q ELON HUNTINGTON HOOKER, A.M., Ph.D. ..... 1916 fCla.r.r of 18911 25 Pine Street, New York, N. Y. HARPER SIBLEY, A.B. .......... 1917 100 Hiram Sibley Building, Rochester KENDALL B. CASTLE, A.B .......... 1922 fC'la.r.r of 18891 910 Union Trust Building, Rochester FRANCIS R. XVELLES, A.B., LL.D ........ 1924 V fCla.r.r of 18751 Bourre fLoir et Cher1, France CHARLES A. BROWN, A.M ........... 1924 fCla.r.r of 18791 1550 Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. Louis S. FOULKES ..... A ...... . , 1924 88 Berkeley Street, Rochester SAMUEL M. HAVENS, A.B., LL.B ......... 1926 ,D fCla.r.r of 18991 Wyman-Gordon Company, Harvey, 111. M. HERBERT EISENHART, B.S., S.B. ....... 1926 655 St. Paul Street, Rochester FRANK W. LOVEIOY, B.S. . . 1926 345 State Street, Rochester D l 'Died in Rochester, April 21, 1927 - E TDied Ianuary 12, 1928 X D '79fB9.F5fv?2G'9f'05lGi9fQQ6'9Q'QXGf'l0'Q9J 16 el.72SQ!L97aQ+!6.95Q!l9b'Q!L93T8L5b'Q9LJ x,4Q926Q31.6To'QjQ9B'Q,0k'92SE,N96Q3Q9'5Q3s The Officers of The Administration RUSH RHEES, D.D., LL.D. ........... . Precfdenl CHARLES HOEING, Ph.D. Dean of the College for Jlen ARTHUR SULLIVAN GALE, Ph.D. . Freohman Dean LESTER OATXVAY VVILDER, A.M. . zl.r.ri.rlanl lo Ihe Dean ANNETTE GARDNER MUNRO, A.M. . . . Dean l-if lhc College for Women HOWARD ANSON, D.MUs., F.A.A.R. . . . . . Dircclor of The Eartman School of JIu.n'c GEORGE HOYT AVHIPPLE, A.B., M.D. ..... . Dean of The School of Jlcdicinc and Denirlrllgy HARVEY JACOB BURKHART, D.D.S., LL.D. ....... . 4 Dircclor of lhe Denial Dz'.rpen.rar , Dean of Clinical Dtllflilfflill NATHANIEL XVALES FAXON, A.B., MSD. ...... . Director of ihe Sfrong I-Tlemorzhl Hwpilal AVALTER RAY BLOOR, Ph.D ......... d.r.rociaie Dean, School of Jledzcine and Denlzlrlry HELEN NVOOD, M. A. . Direclor of lhe School of 4Vur.rz'ng and Superinlendenl of Nunrar of Ihe Strong Jlemorzlzl Hoapilal RAYMOND N. BALL, B.S. Trcmrurer ARTHUR M. SEE, B.S. . Secretary and Conccrl Jlanager of T he Eartnzan School of Jlueic . . ' 44 Prince Street . 19 Anderson Hall . 20 Anderson Hall . . 34 Anderson Hall ll Catharine Strong Hall Eastman School of Mllsic Crittenden Boulevard . Dental Dispensary . Crittenden Boulevard . Crittenden Boulevard . Crittenden Boulevard . . 44 Prince Street Eastman School of Music EDNVIN FAUVER, A.B., M.D ......,..... Alumni Gymnasium College P,ItVJll.'l'tlH ' GERTRUDE FISHER MCCANN, M.D. . Anthony Memorial Hall Jledical ddvzlror, College for Women' ENINIA C. GIBBONS, NLD. ...... . Eastman School of Dlusic Jledical ddculror, Eawlman School of Jluozc ' FRANCIS IAMES BROWN, A.M. ............. 55 Anderson Hall AJ-FOCl.dl8 Director of Un ic.'er.rily Exlemrfon and of the Summer Se.r.rion I . I . EDWARD IOHN FoYLEs, SC.M. .... .... r ..... S Ibley Building Direclor of lhe 4'lIllJ'CllI71. of Nalural H Lrlory XVINNIE NlCGLAMERY, A.B ......... Palconlologzirl of Ihe Jlureum of Nalural Hzlrfory HUGH A. SMITH, A.B. dlumnl Secrelary, Direclor of Pllbllilfllflidfld' IOHN H. AVORDEN, A.B., B.C.S .... Bunrar RAYMOND L. THOMPSON, A.B. . . d,r.r1'.rlanl T rearurer NlATTHElV D. LAXVLESS, A.B. . . . T rea.rurer of lhe Board of Conlrol CARL LAUTERBACH, A.B. Secrelary fo lhe PPCJIHCIII KATH.4RlNE BoWEN, A.B. Sfcrelmy Io Ihe Dean of llzc College for Women OLIVE MARGARET SCHRADER . ..... . Recorder RUTH M. HARPER . . Sccrelargv to lhe Direclor of Un l.0EI'd'l.lIj Exlemrion GEORGE R.RoHR , . Superinlendenl of College Grounds and Build1'ng.r CLARENCE LIVINGSTON . S:lper1'n1:ndenlofEarlrzan.School.Bul'ld1'hg.r' i i i I . Sibley Building . 44 Prince Street . 44 Prince Street . 44 Prince Street . 44 Prince Street . Q. 44 Prince Street ll Catharine Strong Hall . 21 Anderson Hall . 35 Anderson Hall . . Anderson Hall Eastman School of Music mwqfnmmnmamvmmvmmxm DSQQQQXQCQQGWQMBCQXGWQPJ 3 ,-fyxl'-iii" . ,. .- ...c.....-....s...,,... ..- -1- X-'N "' iw! v ---A-U --- --- Y -- --- - - -- M-4 ---A --- an- - 1 2- fi . .f M 2 X y .4 Vg V,-fs, ,M1., 1w4x I .c.',g lx.. f cv A -I 2 - kg. .- fy z 4 5, '-aff ag --L at Ai ' "" 1'TlfZITlL-flffflilfIl"..,'f I3 .xg .'Z..-,..g . ' M" 3:3411 ' iii:1Ti::::1 x - . ,xl -f ...- Ui 1 glx , 1 i a 1 i mm , Historv of The Universitv E311 1 f U V M HE University of Rochester was founded in 1850 by the joint action of ,ff 5, Baptists from all parts of the state of New York and Rochester citizens of he 4 231,111 various other religious connections. Ralph NValdo Emerson in one of his contemporary writings relates that a landlord in Rochester, possessing a hotel fd which he thought would bring in more rent as a university, put in a few books, 'gp sent for a coach load of professors and by the time green peas were ri e had grad- an , if 3 uated a class of students. In the actual traditions, however the landlord figures kc l Q only as an accessory for the origin of the institution was no such haphazard pro- ,"' I motion venture. ff' QE , During the first year, a faculty of eight gave instruction to seventy-one men and fm graduated the first class of ten men in Iuly 1851. lt was termed "The Collegiate fb -:ge ' Decpartment of .the University of Rochester," being operated, from the start, Mg gl un er a university charter which was granted to the petitioning Baptists in 1850 Q Q, by the Board of Regents. This provisional charter was made absolute in 1861, during which year the institution was moved from the old United States Hotel on Q., -14 Yvest lV1ain Street out to its present campus in what was then the edge of town. C JE Although denominational in its origin, the University has become entirely non- ib sectarian in its organization, administration and control. 5 lThe girsglregulalxl presidilntw wasllgg-3 Malrggrg BE-pyver Andersoifi a lgiantl of the Q' , c assica sc oo , w o serve rom to . xs successor, r. avi avne Q Hill C1889-18961 later achieved national prominence as ambassador to Gerinany QW ,D End in lolghir positions otglsf-iite. After an interregnum of four years in which Drs. ,ws 4' amue . attimore an enryF. Burton of the faculty were successively actin 1' Z3 presidents,hDr. Ruslg glheels became presidelpt if the University. During thi as twenty-eig t years o is a ministration, e as een large y responsible for ex- , . J pansion movement. I The University now consists of three schools 5 the College of Arts and Science, if .fx divided into a college for men and a college for women, the Eastman School of Cv 'GLN lN'lusic, and the School of llledicine and Dentistry. 6 il A Ahmovemenict acmongggapurescfijntagve wome? of Rochesti-, headed by Suim B. 3 af n ony, resu e in in e a mission o women on t e same terms an con- fii ditions as men. In 1912 the trustees decided the students' interests could best be 1 served by providing co-ordinate instruction in separate classes for men and women f Q in all subjects except advanced electives and accordingly established the policy of gp a college for men and a college for women 'vvltlllll the University. G ln 1916 the University extended the scope of its college by the establishment of D a department of Unixfersityijlfxteiwnsion.wlaich gives coullies of fullcgllege grade to a 1, constant y increasing num er o men an women una e to atten re u ar colle e f sessiopls. A summer session, established in 1921, has many courses ior teacheis cg 'Y an 0 ers. ' it In November 1924, the greatest expansion campaign in the history of the Er Q College of Arts and Science was publicly initiated. The goal was the raising of gl 310,000,000 The purposes of this campaign were three fold: fll to increase the 2 endowment of the college by S5,000,000g QZJ to remove and rebuild the college for men on the site of eighty-seven acres occupied by the Oak Hill Country Club Cl X on the banks of the Genesee River 5 CBJ to rededicate and ada t the present campus 43 if and buildings to the purpose of the college for women, whiclfi will make the latter Q mi a segarate though associated women's college. The new Chemistry building on Q ' 1 the ak Hill campus is nearing completion and Sibley Hall has already undergone extensive a terations. 4 'tn . C3 uw- ' 1 . 1 4' . i itll Lil, M' f, ZTQ IIS .Y" 1'L1flIT'TL11"Itliffiff.IlfLlliIL.'Il.i.1Zg"..,1'IiflTl'TZI'.TTl:'.... 1 . I5 M13 PQ- 2.15729 fdwiifkft? QQQZQW F QQTQ EQ 9 5Qi9V7i fifllflifi f5Q9Jl?1i G'1.2,4,1CQQ7QV5'3r2M?s 45733916 is"-J 18 E 6 6 fm 'T 4 Q99 sf Elixir' A ti ff ggmieo.-Lfffafzv ww, wife www was ewes c. ft, 4592535 faxes worse Ty- -Y V - - Y Y V V Y ,, f n A, , ' .Y MM- . .-:1:::::::.::rsL....."-1.7 ,ef 'ip ' A N ' l f 2' . The first of the University Schools fthat of musicj was established in 1918 when la j l George Eastman acqlpired the property and corporate rights of the Institute of p 6 Nlusical Art, which ad been operated as a private enterprise near the college A p campus on Prince Street, and gave it to the University of Rochester to be con- tu tinued as the University School of Dlusic. Early in 1919 lVlr. Eastman contri- G buted a large sum of money for a new site and building for the music school and ? motion picture theater connected with the school. Nlr. Eastman consented to ive his name to these new enterprises which are now known as the Eastman School of Music and the Eastman Theater. 9 1n 1920, Mr. Eastman and the General Education Board of New York decided fi 4 p to co-operate in the establishment in the University of Rochester of a School of Medicine and Dentistry. The School of hledicine and the Strong Memorial Q Hospital. a gift of Blrs. Gertrude Strong Achilles and Mrs. Helen Strong Carter, 2 'G are housed in one building on a tract of sixty acres adjoining the Oak Hill campus. lg A new Nlunicipal Hospital adjoins the Strong Nlemorial Hospital. Both hospitals Q.. are staffed and served by the School of hledicine. r 5 D ln all of this great development the University authorities have kept their feet C on the ground and have maintained rigidly the vision of thoroughness held by the ' founders of the old "Colle e by the Genesee." They entertain no ambition for a K ,D university of great numiers. The omens are favorable. The University of K, D Rochester seems destined to become a university in fact as well as in name. C 1 H.A.S. D T Q U 1 ff D+ D S 2.3 C Q D 'J 2 5 1 'Q 5 c D C, D g - C D C 9 C Q .Q,QGiFQX03f'BkG3FNuQGTfQ263fB2E3 EEFQQG!FQi63FQbf36QQK3FiNXGifUJ 19 l .D 1 D F Q 1 'S 1 qfcfksxer Ft5TviXL'E? S.c?7bQMu2RS'E1S' wma Lf f 'es was QQPSQQ wmwsvw 'sexes xi g-:,::::::L::::::: , 'T'-YL ' ' ,Tit ,,,, L. , ' , ' -1 ' " , ' M fin ' ' if 1 01 W 1 lx 1 Q 1 W Q GEORGE 1WATHER FORBES, A.M., LL.D., 'l"1', QPBK 1 Profc.r.rnr Emcrifux of Plzilomoplzy University of Rochester. 18783 A.M., 18815 LL.D., Colgate 'si Universitv, 1909. ,N W 245 Alexancler Street. 'Q ' ll f D 1 E F5 N., ' 3 Q l 1 it HERAIAN LEROY FA1Rc1111.u, D.Sc., AY, EE. Prnfcmror' 1fmcr1'I14.r of Geofqgv ,f ,D Cornell University, B.S., 18745 University of Pittsburgh, Ku D.Sc., 1910. 1 5 C D 106 Xvinterroth Street. 1 ,of Q, 1 tl , , C 22 6 D CHARLES XVRIGHT DODGE, M.S., AY, KIIBK 'D l Pr'qfe,m'or of Biology, Curalor of Ihr Zoological Jlznrciun 1 University of Nlichigan, 18865 NLS., 1889. fi N 330 Oxford Street. K' 5' ic f' .D t l t it I r 5 t t Q HENRX' EDMUND LAXVRENCE, A.B., D.Sc., 'AAQL l1"B1i, EE 1 0 'D Hl1fl'li-V PrQfr.r.fol' qf Pfly-fll'-I' b D K 1 University of Rochester, 1889g D.Sc., Colgate University, 1 , Q I 1921. C, ,D ' 69 Dartmouth Street. Cs 3 , Q 9 C TQ , ,Q Q W ,4-ml. ,inlw NZM- i - 'f , T -if--Q - f 1 ,,,, 1?:ig"g'i'f"241' 'H' 1, ' 1-i-TZQNCI 'mm eQ,Q12Mmf,9wQ,Q3f1em2cA mmm if E E ga swam.-sim 2Q91s-3: 3625151 1fjv,fQL 20 rv J- -V - S4 9 """ ' - 995219-65331 SWQVHWYVSQWAW M5659 . Q.S?Qf,Qw,W2w?2Rfww.wwg 'E gi 51 , E K, 11 LC? Q 1 C. ' RX'LAND DXORRIS KENDRICK, A.B., 'l"l', KDBK G Jlmzro Profca-.rar of Gr:-ck g University of Rochester, 18895 AB., Yale University, 1890. C, N' ' W Portland Avenue, Irondequoit. 1 .7 D Q 1 J ,F by R. 1 Q Q CLARENCE KING D10ORE, Ph.D.. CIIBK Pl'qfr.m'ol' Qi' Rmnnmrc lam1um7v.r J Harm-d University, 18975 AM., 1898, PRD., 1906. AD 55 Girton Place. . C ,,, ex 1 .vi 11 U4 lf QQ LQ U ' ' ARTHUR SULLIVAN GALE, Ph.D., KDBK, EE W C' Frlyfrwealhel' Prafc.r.rar of Jlalhcvnalrkr, Deanfur I'?'c.rl1n1vn 1 A Yale University, 18995 Ph.D., 1901. ' 5 D IS Thayer Street. 1 C, Q , C C 'D IOHN RO'FliXR'EI.X. SLAfrER, Ph.D., AT. GBK Q' D Deane Pl'1y'e.-war qf Rlzelorfc and Englrirh Lilcraiurc C Harvard University, 18943 Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1905. QD 94 Bellevue Drive. CY 3 . 2 2 'Ju H Q1 if "1 . QXf3fQXOWfQ263fQiQWfQl6Wfl203 73fQiGlfQ353fQlGWfQRG3fQXGlfi9J 21 X., ,E 1 fx- 1 ,-Y , - x .Y R x. X, 1 l N Q .1 -i 1 1 b I 1 , 4.-'Qi f. R 4 4 1 .X ,.-. A 5 3 Lx fx fe. KL, Ar if f E , fi F X -115 2 1 2:i1, f ififg-ifffaoff 1 X gs K 3 it V .- M Mg, gg --"f,-gn .X ,.1iii:'1."" "'Al.i..:g1gg::.::::g:,r::.-:'J' " -W. el 1 1' M 1' fix ? 1-N , ,i , 5: :J z, 2:5 ' 1 .1 51 57 fi? lip' , , 1 VICTOR IOHN CHAMBERS, Ph.D., AKE, EE, GAT 3119, Q iff - Cilzarlcm Ffddtflkk Houglzlon PI'gF.GFOI' QU' Cll8NIliffI1V 15 -.N University of Rochester, 18955 Ph. ., Iohns Hopkins Uni- " f 5 i, versity, 1901. gl ,X l 153 gl C1over Street, Brighton. "gba '93 1 -Q I Q ' is .QQ ' 1:1 fi E? s is 1 ff T' ' 1 1 sr. 1 151 1 CHARLES HOEING, Ph.D., QIBK 3 ,Q Qi! T1-as-or Profe.r.ror of Lalin, Dean qf flu' Collqaefor .Um il gg i State University of Kentucky, 18909 AJW1., 1892, Ph.D., Iohns ii 1 Hopkins University, 1898. lt .. ,fx 1 or s 1 . , X tm P t mon th Terrace if : 51 'YW 1. . 1 H S 7531 ' 'Hi is I E ii in I i WN XVILLIAM DAYTON 1x'1ERRELL, Ph.D., AT, CDBK fi Q, 'f X Profemror qi' Biolqqy ' 4 ' University of Rochester, 18915 Ph.D., University of Chicago, HQX A 1898. H sg ' 9 Brighton. i tl 5 ,,., . V . 5 .111 1 Q XF ' 1 X O ' 5 1? E3 f 1 is 2212 2 iii 33: 1 -4 as . 3 E E-Q 1 N g I. PERCIVAL KING, Ph.D. S K., If Q Profcmror af German k . Trinity C011ege, Toronto, 18943 D'1.A., 1896, Ph.D., Tubingen A tb niversity, 1901. i Eg i 57 Brighton Street. QQ vm H f-an evi 2 QE ,Q 1 ,- Qc. , Q ,ra ,Q I x1ff51'fr?:7f??i'7iEf:f7Q?'5i24ff???gl-'?-Tf7f,fff':firsglgbf-Q--'-lf-4 1 gf--" ,. rf'iii':-::'1''g:"i?Tg?f1fifTfi1tlQ in Q Ffzgfifs 3i:1ilXS"i5?':i1Q4'r2' ey .H ft.Qw if if 2-.,J4Q'1v QAM 5 5? fb-fk QQJMAI 59365 Q if imiwii ia iiwyiiid ii 22 1 , fX."r . A A . 1. 1 .,...2...'E1pfs...i1 . .. x 1 D 1 x 1 5' ' 1 ' ' 1 ' A A ' 'KX 111 1.1 r-, ,xg F . 1 1 , 1 1 11' 1" 1 1 .J wi 11- fer ,1 1 3 1 .E W1 .E VVVL ift,A.'?.t .yn 7 vi J,.l'p,k 5, . , ..x,W y KA, xx , . fx? ff: U ' iv "'A' 5' 5:11:31 ,xi Q' 4.3.1. ,-.. 5 :n j A . 11 11 1, 15 15. 1? 221 Q51 - , 1, 11-111 lg 1 1 ,BQ111 1112i 1'f'111 ' QQ . 'h .fi EDWIN FAUVER, A.B., M.D. 11 - gg' 11 Profc.r.rar of :Lqfene and Phy.u'cnl 19dHl'l1fl-012, Collqae PlI.If.Fl'fl-dll fl? - . A 1 Oberlin College, 18899 Diploma of Normal Course in Physical j 5 .5 1 .Training, Oberlin, 19053 NLD., Columbia University, 1909. Highland Avenue. I gi 1 ii V111 19111 1 1111 if 111,11 1 1 151 1 1 ff 1 1 1 1 XM, 1 .Q 1 'QX '51 1 1 11:11 1? I 1:4 Q1 11 x1 1.21 - 11 Ki' g 11 IOHN R,w110ND MURUN, Ph.D., D.sC., BAE, email, E5 ,ff- , gh' lg Pnyl-.1-.mr of Plzymzblqffyq.,D1'rev1o1' of llze P Dvprlrlnmnl of Vila! Ecorzonzfm ' 1 Ohio Yvesleyan University, 18975 All., 18993 P11.D., 1 13" 111 I1 University of Pennsylvania, 19015 D.Sc., Ohio Yvesleyan 1 .. 51 University, 1918. 1 1 Smallwoocl, Brighton. 1 1 FN 11 '1 if 1 "'i i Y 1 - 7.61 1111 11 Q2 -'1 11 1 15" 1 11 51 1 115- 11 'N 1 1: 121 1 P like 1 CHARLES XVILLIAM XVATKEYS, A.M., GAX, QDBK 1 15.3 Prqfv.r,r0r of ,-1lall1e11'af1'1'.1' , 'Qi 1' University of Rochester, 19013 A.M., Harvard, 1907. 1 1' A JH xx. 11 287 Dartmouth Street. , 11 S1- 1221 ft' 1 ,ff 1121 1 13 , ra: N 1! 557 1 11131 12.5 1 .1 ' 1.1: px. 1 1 ff' 119 1 1 W I 15511 11 1 1111 E119 1 si, - 7 ,I 1,8 1 DEXTER PERKINS, Ph.D., GBR 1 r 1 5,1 u1,HfJ'0ll Profcmfor qf I!liff0l1l1 1 1 Harvarcl University, l909p Ph.D., 1914. ' 1 8 P 212 Oxford Street. if 1.11 1111 X191 11111 1 19 111.5 iff! 1 . Q1 1 is 1 1 IN 1 tx 1 1 9 1 E1 1 3 Q 1 fm 1 51 9 E Lfffl ff,'ff"'1f' iM T.,,1l1l',lLIi?'lf1,liIQ Yl1'f,l: Il1flflL,,...f" 'ri' MQ::l:ii:'f-QfIA,LTe2:ff l1'S'x"7E ...... 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Hmlmlu qi Jr! 1 X573 University of Frieberg, Ph.D., 1906. , 121 Dartmouth Street. 11 , If N,-X 41 1 1 A 1 ,A DONALD BEAN G11.c111z1sT, A.B., B.L.S., X111 - L1'bl'al'fnn -P Dartmouth Co11ege, 19135 B.L.S., New York State Library ' ' School.. 1015. 256 Ber1xe1ey Street. ' 1 1 I. 'S- -I -X :fs IOSEPII XVILLIAM GAN'ETT, IR., M.E., TBI1 K 1 Ynfv.rP1'vfc.r.r0l' of ,llc'c'l1m11'c'al lfr1g1'f1vel'1'11y C0rne11 University, 1911. 1,5 66 Nunda BOll1CVill'C1. 5, 3' 5 . . 3 1 1 .ss- Q 53 . N 1 105121211 HENRY FOTKI, Ph.D., AEP, IIKA, LIPBK A1 1 Profed-.ro1'af 11601101711-L'J l ', I University ofOk1ahoma, 19155 AJW1., 19145 Ph.D., University 'D 5 ofC11icago, 1924. 1 947 lW1ei gs Street. 1 Q 'ag . fu 'X2..::1::7::-'i":'-1-L-'f:"-'-f'w'1 " -TZ, ' -, ' , L.. W..- 11, QQ-fw.. f1 9 QQ? mem Q mm mam fum mean-as mme M164 24 fi D 1 .D U 9 w D , D AD Northwestern University, 19087 AJV1., Harvard. 1913. D D D . U rw ,..,-....,....,.,., , , , . N ., WW-. - ,,,.,..., , , z ,-E I was I l ev R x 1 1 3 1 Q 1 'D ROBERT ALEXANDER MACLEAN, Ph.D. Q ' Prnfc.r.ror of ClH.fJliC.f, Leclurcr in drrlzm'ulo,fL11 ' Qneen's University, 19033 Ph.D., Chicago University, 1912: ? F. R. G. S., London, 19193 OHicer de 1'Academie, Parisg Oxford, 1919. ' Long Nleadow, Pittsford. Q Q J G .D C HARO1.l1 LATTIMORE ALLINC.. Ph.D., 'I"Y, EE 3 P1'qfr.r.ror' nf Geolqay University of Rochester, 19151 Columbia University, 19173 Ph.D., 1920. Q 51 Barrington Street. C x Q1 G . G i Q N ILORGE CHESTER CURTISS, A.M. C , Raxwcll S. Burroscnr Pr'qfn.r.ror Qf Englfmlz , 46 Prince Street. Q , L D Q ALFRED HARRISON IONES. Ph.D., AT Q, 1I1BK Prnfunror nf Plzilomoplnf C0rne11 University, 1907: Ph.D., 1912. 115 Xvestminster Road S 2 H J 'Q v c D C U C . C Q D 1 RC .i,mbmmwwewwmmQm nmmmmfmfsmmmoswJ 25 1 1-1 .1 i Q. 1 Q l , 1 . 1 X 1 1 1 1 'ix ge . i W, 1 1 .. 1 3 1 I 1 .3 I 1 I A! Ei , : i 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 fit I -. 1 I1- I. 1 1.1 f 1 nw I U11 I .1 3 X 1 . 1 .31 '1 Q 1 -:X 1 , 1 1 1 ff: it X S ,, 1 iii F 191 N 1 ,rl . ff 1 .. 1 1 if YN 'fix iv! 'Cx fu 9 xl? fJ 11? ' vein, egg iw ffm 1 ao 51 xo, NN iq pf 11. H, ' 2 if 1gf15,151.1s1?f1w -21111.13:11ax12'.fwg'mi,f::r5rv 11- ,J 13w:s.5.,gsi1'ze ,wg-21,-2-if N '1 'ff 1 ix fi g,f. . X x .1- T. RUSSELL XVILKINS, Ph.D., EE, f1W1l PrQfe.r.ror ay' 1J,I.1lu'l.L'J' N1cN1aster College, University of Toronto, 1912' Ph.D., Chicago University, 1915. 68 NVarrington Road. x Nan, COLE ARVIN, Ph.D. Proj'e.nmr of Frenclz Lake Forest College, 1911, A.1V1., Harvarc1,i19143 P11.D., 1917. 215 Oxford Street. Roni CLAUSING, Ph.D., IDBK, A2111 Profenazrol' qf Ifvoliolnllxv Ohio XVes1eyan University, 1912, A.1V1., Columbia Univer- sity, 19175 La Sorbonne, 19195 Ph.D., Columbia University, 1925. 21 Vick Park B. XVILLARD Rrocs LINE, M.S.,'AT' Pl'fU'c.r.ror of Clzcnzf.-'Iqy Uxaigf-iisity of Rochester, 19123 NLS., University of Nlichigan, 551 Field street. ,,.,.. 1 ...,.. ..,., . , .1 sssssss 1 M. 26 1 5 . 1-. N. -.1 1,1 1, z"' ,., -J 1,111 r .1 xl we Ms, -11 . ...W 1. ss. , .. so . g, ,X 1 . nys, , egg, .. 41 fnsf , -..- -. -.,....- ............ , .. ,, Vw x ,X .v N 1 1 X '1 1 '1 ' 1 1,. . J x 1 i1 1 L fi sw 1.1---1 1... x X 'w X 11 1 'i 41 1-. 11,f.1f 'I 1 1. 1 1 ei 'N ,J . 'X 1 1. Y S fx ki Q .lf IQ,- SX L 113 1 hx f J Rig. 1 T9 13? ft? - .r 1 Q N, 'S .lj 1 W' 1 LQ! 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' ANDERS ORBECK, Ph.D. n ' l Profemrar of Englmlz ' I 1 l Q3 Universiky of lV1innesota, 191:3g A..M., 19143 Umyersmfy ol' QA? i Chicago, 1918: Columbia University, 1920-223 University of Kg, QR, Chrisfizilgnia, Norway, 1922-23: Columbia University, 1925- 1 Q-H fl' 1 2 : . ., 92 . 11 ll 46 E1-lima: Cresieni. ' R l 1 ,ff s R 1 is lil 'l 93 5,51 Y W .Q 1 jx Q in lf? I Q11 fill 4 QQ, 1 HULSEY CASON, Ph.D. fl ,fn ffl Pny'c.r,mr qi' Pmyclzolqqy + t l kg, Merirelg Unixersify, 1915, A.M., Columlna University, l920g 11555 ' P . ., 19-2. '5' lf! I 7O'1lW'1eigs Street. W el YN ef J Q , Q35 EJ Q., Q Q 'D CHARLES CARRON, B.L. 1' TQ Jtnrllrlanl Profcxwor of I'll'L'Ill'll w , , Universltv of Paris, 1882. S 59 Oxforcl Street. kg I 5? 1 1 C3 Q E QD 1 Q 5 E2 RMI ' si n-, ..,A --,.. - N .--.-fm vfpz-.zfllwg A -.,-, ,... .w.....-...,...,.....-.,.m-...,.w......-..........-.. ,W .. fr '--rf-"""s' 7", "iTf""' ' ' ,.- .-"ff " ",'A"""QZl"' -'-1---'iv'-Q-' "" ""'::f"a "'ffTi'f""-'jfqi' f'Q""'71f, J re Q.ranr,m ww? www 9335219 Q M,-A Q Ri 31,5 gs Tb Q ,sallam wav ,mam .fi-Sm: if 27 I ,X Av an-H .1 -'81 Y , .. SJ . . . fse.cimr.zf 652564 wmv eefzfef iiW:?'nQ:5 wife: Qffutiwx "gi-.:g:::':::fi::::tf::T::::i -A-:'-W'-'M-.::"""'-'T-'T:T .e..iZ:..s..'.e'."'.-.'-..-'TT'-.- --' ...rf T.: ... ....,s:.-.,,.,.-,::::1::t:11-,111S! 'fi i G2 f Q. E571 . Qi il, Q if l +32 'QA -J V ,, .55 4 FLOYD COOPER FAIRBANKS, A.B., A1 sq it 11'.v.r1'.rI11nI Profc.r.for Qi' 1'l1.u.r1'v.-' l Q' '55 University of Rochester, 1901. 700 Post Avenue. It -ay G Q E 'P wil l 1 la' 3, E Q 52 Q' XVILLIAM Iosmfn Cl7Nl.EX', B.S., BX , J,r.r1'.flalzI PrQfc'.r.far qf flpplfed .IlCL'lIllI1ll' w University ofRoClieste1', 1918. ' as 45 Furnam Crescent. X: D is .D U 4 1 , . 1 1 4. Q L h WA1:rER CAMPBELL, B.P.E., KAN lt J i dawzlrfanl Profemraf' of Pliyxical 151iililY1fl'!TII Q, ' 1 Springfield Y.lNl.C.A. College, 1916. D 81 1VlcKinley Street. Q 1 ff Q L 9 t v l l X f ,J 1 K. Q 9 D Q D Q U Us 1 'Q C N: 81 Kansas Street. 5 . C. C . 1 C HORACI-: XVILLIAM LEET, ME. n'.m'11fla11! 1,l'0f8.l'J'0l' of Dms4'1'ng and Jlavlzfne Demzzqlz . Cornell University, 1917. ' 93 Q 2 fQ915gfQ22fT9 mm am mm m mamma mimi mgQ 28 M f G 'D n , f ,, , , ,W .,,,,,, , lssmgs www gg C Q55 was 2-feyqxga wwf 'TD 1 A Q, F2 1 1 , 44- U 1 y . 1 ri 1 L Aivruuiz AUGUST Simian, Ph.D. Anrrlrlafzl Pny'c.r.for Qf Cln'nn'.rl1y - gb University of Chicago, l9l9g Ph.D., 1925. ' 'N 56 N1eigs Street. I Q 9 9 2 1 FRANCIS JAMES Bnoww, A.M., AEP, KIJBK J.nrf.rlanl Profcmor of Ifflllfllflidll, ,1.r.1'ov1'alr' Dfrcvlor of If.l'ft'IlJ'I.0Il and of 1 J . 1 lhc Summer Se.nr1'o1z t, University ot Iowa, 19185 A.1V1., Teachers' Co11ege, Columbia ,D University, 1925. C 4 Pioneer Street. W f 1 1 D D J U D 3 D J U D U D D D U D U , C C C. IouN EDXVARD I'IOFFMEIS'l'ER, Ph.D., 11 KX, 1bBK, FA 1 11'.m'1'.rI11rzI PrQfc.r,ro1' of Gcnlqqy Iohns Hopkins University, 19205 Ph.D., 1925. Member of ' United States Geologic Survey. 3 29 Birch Crescent. V w C 5 C r Huon MACKENZII-2, Ph.D., EH, fbBK 1 C- 11'.r.r11rlal1I Pf'qfe.r.r0r Qi' H ll-l'f0l11l C' Cornell University, 19165 A.15'1., Harvard, 19213 Ph.D., 19255 1 - N Francis Parkman Fe11ow at Harvard, 1920-21. .f 39 Cambridge Street. tg, 3 5 Q Hn-, ,, WW, T , V- " X- , W , H ,, vw, ,WWM43 ,gm as-w .fmfn ima? mam :mm ga mari., ,mm 819.619 fQ9tCf9, 29 .Q1 l DOUGLAS HOOD, AJV1., AE'-b, QNE, Scabbard and B1ac1e, x JE., QDKLD Afmrllrlafzf Pl'qfc.v,mr of Bfnloxqu . - 111inois Universitv, 19105 A.D'1., George xXy3S1lll1gt0ll Urn- versity, 1915. ' 192 North Goodman Street. RALPH Wxrrnni HEL51KAB1P, Ph.D., AXE, KDBK d.r.r1'.rlal1! PI'QfC,I1ftlI' Qf c1lIClI1l..l'fI1Il Universitv of Rochester, 1911: A.D'1., Harvard, 19215 Ph.D., 1925. A 15 Thur1ow Road. Xvinfou Xvood, Irondequnit. XVILBUR DNW'IGIIT DUNKEL, Ph.D., B911 I d.r.r1'xianf Pl'qfe.r.1-or of EIlg!ll1l'lI lndiana University, 19223 IVLA., Harvard University, 19253 Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1925. 120 Cu1ver Parkway. 1 1. 1. 1 1 1-1 1 1 . 1 1- 51 1 1:3 I 531.5 Elf? wi 1K1 Qi .51 ' 1 12? 11621 wi 11 11 li?- 1 .14" NL 51 :5 1131 :ix 115. 1101 'Exif 15 1 7' ,gag 1113 V, .. 1 -11. 1119 iii. 11" me I.. Q 11.1 111.5 aa 1 ,gl , FS1 1 KN ARTHUR IAM:-:S MAY, Ph.D., IN1' 1 Qi V l d:111'1'.1'l41l1f Pl'0fc,,-lrm. of H1',1-Img 11' eslegvan University, 19213 A.1W., University of Pennsy1vania, 1 153 192.15 Ph.D., 1926. Qqw 100 Prince Street. ' ffl 135' -1.1 1115 , , N ,vs 1 X ' ' 1 1 1f,fT1 1 1 11.5 1 .1131 1 5 1 1 .Q 11 .4 kr 1 Tif 'iii 1' T. :TL i'1:1:::: '-'if' hgfflfg-:fi ..... -.-ws W .-..- .,., , ..,.,,- ,,,, mm, A,.AA, , A-wM,,W ,H 2 'f -1 . .' 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'."lL' Q7Tl1.l.11f,Ill:iQl.:Qll:fQl:.l.f.1.21.Lv K f.., mllfll. f,ff.',f- ' if"ffI.9lf'.fI'I.fLL.1LL ,QLf.:I...i IfIf1'1Q1L:'-f.... k gr' ' ,-fill' "' 92 M""lT'.L:" Q wy, rx. iiiJ E3 I , fel A ' , fwf- rg' Xl, ' I f' I 53 Q A'lELVILLE MQEBBER, A.M. gg E Afr1.r.r1'.rfa:1i Profc.r,ror Qf Ihr H l'J'f0l'lj cgf flrl, "' lv d,r,rac1'a1c Dl.l'60f0I' Qf flu' dr! Gallely L rg 141 North Union Street. . .ff 1 'M w 4 6, Q ' G of Q Hx, 1- ,Ji xl, , D Q, 'fu T. Ricumzn LONG, A.M., Q-DX, FA, QUE xi d.nvf.rfal1f Pl'Qfr.r.mr Qf Jlaflrclrznllhr 1 'F University of Rochester, l92lg All., l924. le' 5 . X , ,J . L, at Q 2 G -Q ALLAN HERBERT DAOGENSEN, ME., Seal and Serpent SJ d.r.rl1r1'f1lll Pl'0fc.r.ror of Dl'Hlt'liIl.l1 and Jla1.'f11'm' D6.l'l:0Il Q C0 Cornell University, 1924. C: 5 792 Garson Avenue. . ' C, Q. 'D C D Q . 5. 5' 59 c, Q: C SQ E FRITHIOF CARI. BORGESON, Ph.D. Q i i . fl.f.r1'.f1ar1I Prnfe.r.ror of Educalion 'kj l Umyersity of Denver, 19215 MA., Teachers' College, Colum- CN 3 1325i Ph.DH 119373 dFellow,i International Institute, - 5 . .. , or esearc in we en. r .D 4 510 Dieigs Street. Nm 1' La C' Dr f 9 C 23 Q5 L it C 31 V i X 1 al! Q 2 - ,q 6 - 75 Cypress Street. C W 'P ?5::.1':::A it-v "' l.i--v,,W ,--.,..v......v...,.i. ...,........-.,,,-...,....... 77"-N If 91.7-, -- Rf . SI, ,fi"'eT. - rw . - f.. .-,Ai v . Q- .1 ' .- . . fs . . , . . 553935 '25f7Ei'cEf if SQ? Eg 'lg 3339 JWSTIJ- 35 5532 5..i5'5?'T.J1wi7?: 329 EFQTIB '5..J-5? E511 H ----M---w------- '--- ------,--f--'w'-mA--'------r""-"-:i--.. ...f "::--"'-:ji-ir'-':'r' "X'-"' --'5--W-"'-' W-::':x:ft:L:""":1t::2152"1 't 1 7 w"m"mW'Mm Q' -"V N ii 1 N ii Q1 13 lu - . - ,,' 1 N. 3 .px 1:31 .ix Q 93 13 'LJ' Q 1511 Q ,Q 'TD .D 5 13 'D .D 35 5 E 9 E3 U .D LESTER OATWAY XVILDER, M.A., WY, CDBK, AP, QUE I1-VJII-Ffllllf PI'QfL'J-FOI' Qf En.17l1'.rl1, 4-1.r.r1'.rianf Io ilu: Dean University of Rochester, 1911, A.1W1., Harvard, 1915. 1770 Highland Avenue. HARRY' E. LAWSON, BS., ATA, Corpse and Coiiin, Difstical Seven In.rl1'uvl0r fn Plz-y.rIml IidllL'!1il'0Il, d.f.r1'.r1a1ll Coach Xvesleyan University, 1921. 85 Bierriman Street. XVILLSON HAVELOCK COATES, Ph.D. Ilwfrucfor In H1'.u'Iol1y University of British Columbia, 1920, B.A.. Oxford, 19235 FLA., 19263 Ph.D., Corne11, 1926. Kendrick Hall. IAMES EDXVARD Glu., Ph.D. 1 A Il1J'fI'llf'l'0I' fn Gealqay D'lcG111 University, BSC., 19213 Princeton, Ph.D., 1925. 50 Queens Street. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6' . x -.v 1? X- X, 'Q fr N- V gli? 2. 1 UN fs. . P S. 15 , as K' vs 72 13 1? 5: K.. 13 3 ,Qu 3 C' Q gf '31 lb FP .nf 17 me CQ, if 5 ci 5 E2 C D, 'EL VN 35 1 fe 15 1 'U EQ X.Qg....e..-,.......f.414 .,,. -:':r:':g:.gs....,m1:t::t:'7::1.:g::::'::::?xi-eff? X -35,131-,,,,,.,,- ff - -,.z::::::::i2':r::..-.-.4:.,:,.4LQ..-::'::.:1413 52 d 1. K. 1-N L- :wx 1. x., IN 1,41 K 151 1 -.L .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1l ,. 1 V-,4 'lx , 1 1 U1 f.x1 '11 LJ .M . 1 2, 1 1. 1 L, 71 .R 1, -.1 1 , -LN I 1,1 1 ji? Z1 Ii 11x 13, 1 ' 1 K 1 -1 . x R1 SQL. EJ NP1 in Fl 12 13 S311 L 1 1 W 1 1 55 Q5 N51 ri, I Q31 F111 EDP 'owl 11. .C ,1 11 1,1 F5 1 A1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 VIL R. N1 X . , 'N -i.Lkl.?x1.i , I.. , 1-xxx! K . f H ,XXXV k'1l',' N. DONALD XVOOD GILBERT A.M., IVY, XP, QUE IllJ'fl'llCf0l' In 1fCOIl0lllllTJ' University of Rochester, 19215 AJV1., 19255 AJV1., Harvard, 1925. 106 Xvestland Avenue. EDGAR DANIEL DUNNING, A.M., 111l'A 111.111-ucfor in Ifllj1!l.J'lI BS., Union College, l924g A.D'1., Princeton, 1925. 45 Prince Street. RAYMOND GARVER, Ph.D., AT Q, EE, 1111, IIME, KT IIhl'fI'llCf0I' in .Ill11lIL7lIIIIfl-lk? University of Nlontana, 19225 A.D'1., 1924: Ph.D., Chicago University. 1926. 20 Thayer Street. HAROLD LLEXVELYN HUMPHREYS, MA., AT Q., QDBK In.rl1'uclor in French University of Nlichigan, 19165 A01., Princeton, 1922. A 20 Thayer Street. ff 'x L .,,. LLL PIL Li L'L,, ' .if ' L 2 'f 'L L"Lf.f1ff1ff' W 7' Q,L1"'f"'L 'L LL.iffL"'LL"2fff g:f1'Q'ff.LLLfL LL L L 'L Q' lf, L LL'LLf, ' L . LLL L. L L ".LL"L..f LL QJ1 X " N N ' 1 D D 5 Wx 1 '-mf, 'N A 1 In 'E' .e 11, A .pix .Lg :,,- x ' ,I H, Lf i D Q:.f4f"H.'11 1553151 f 1: 1 ii S 1' QM, : ix gt wx ggi 'rut X' gg:1iLLf'9 5 1 1 . 1 D 35-l.C"f L,L.L-L L. .....,.. L LLLLLLLLLL L LLLLLLLL , LL.. L. LL. LLL... ..L..LL....,LL ...L... -..L LL.... LLL. L LLLLLL L gM1:hlBLLr,:-bv-,K-F,-,M-AL,,--, L-LL-.L L L LLL.L--LLLLL.- 53 -it 1 fi fwbmfummfevwvmwwwmw fare-Jw otfceiwmywzwwxwwoeswziegg 5. 3 .D I t Q tl 3 l' 3 Q lg 4 Q Qi W. LAXVRENCE IUDD. AB.. 111459, KQDK 4 , In.r1'l'111'lor' in Plzy.f1'vnI Erfrwaffmi. ."I.nrf.flanl Cnnrlz Q' X Alleghany College, 1025. ' , 7 , 46 Prince Street. ' f .ff fe ' 1 G an 15 A . D C. CLAIR CGLBY OLSON, A.M. In.rlr1u'l0r fn Ell.0lli-fl! l Oberlin College. 19255 A.M., University of Chicago, 1926. K ND 46 Prince Street. , 1 ' 0' 5 . Q "' ll v 1 'Y ' . D 1 5 Q6 U 1 Q H Ji NC? Q CARL HENRY SCHNEPEL, MA., TKE 'D ' In.v'1l'uvlor in German W Q Capital University, 19249 BLA., Ohio State University, 1926. 3 I N . S5 Kenilworth Terrace. CQ ,Aj , , 'fb E gg 21 - le '15 t 1 Qs N f 1 D g 1 1 6 N ' ROMAN L. SPEEGLE, A.B. 5 ' Oberlin Collegeinlggglior in Plliuirliml Edumlion I C , 525 Alexander Street. N . J 1 Q A . . Q5 it C' ll D 1 . C 'D 1 1 5 gli-1-f'::.::L- "" M--'ff-. je., '-M----' "' A f ' 1 1 -V' gi f - ' W- - ,,,z..,, H ,..-.:::':.::F'..-Ng? A iQ,fL7QefwQbi6wf'fe6fwT.l52ikf'2FQ1,Q?fEQxQ475FQ.Q653 1 1 1 mmmmmmmmewm sam 54 1 I fwbwbiifwiefemwwmmwzeao ueorwwcwsmwwvsmaiacelwzsus ,A F I ,N , I I L 5 Q J , I Q 3 XVILLIAM EDNVIN VAN DE XVALLE, Ph.D., 'VI' I mrlrurfnr in Plzilmroplzy University of Rochester, 19213 1N'1.A., Harvard, 19247 Ph.D., Harvard, 1926. 94 Castlebar Road. D ' FREDERICIQ NVILIJAM BACIIIIANN, MA. I1I.rI'ruvlor in G'ermmI Stanford University, 19221 1V1.A., Stanford University, 1924. , 46 Prince Street. D D X! . I 1 I -D 1 CHARLES TROTTER BUNNELL, A.B., fDBK III.rll'ucior in .Uf1llIcnIm'I'r.r ' D I Universitv of Rochester, 1926. i D DELOS LINCOLN CANFIELD, M.A., .SHA In.flrurlnr in Spmulrh . D University of Texas, 1926: HLA., Columbia University, 1927. 46 Prince Street. Q , I D Q 9 I I Dia I fQXGBfhQL7? ffQ?3fQ2GWfHQ63 f3fhQ6NfvMG3fW3fQi9G3fQXG3FQ9J - 5 It Q is 2 C Q I C I Q I Q I Q Q I 88 Richniond Street. Cf ' A Q Q I Q Q Q Q I Q I Q Q Q 'E 1 1 x 'v 'x X x 1 X F 1. x X on X 1 K .1 R X1 N X 'X x I x w 1 if X' . 'x vu X, . ELIUTDOLE I'IUTCHlNSON, M.A., Ph.D. Harvard University, 1922g Ph.D., 1925, Sheldon Fellow from Harvard, 1922-253 Rockefeller Fonnclation Fellow, 1926-275 University of Berlin, Germany, and University of Cam- bridge fcaius Collegej, England. 779 East Avenue. IAMES DUMARS 1N1CGII.L, A.M. 46 Prince Street. IRVING LESTER CHURCHILL,.D'1.A., ZIIA, TKA, 1bK1I1 IIlJ'l'I'lll.'f0I' in Iallglllfll Rhode Island State College, 1922, BLA., Yale University, 1927. 46 Prince Street. I n.r1'ruclar In Pquchology GEORGE A. Hu'rcH1NsoN, A.B. I llJ'fI'lll'l0I' in Biolqqy University of Rochester, 1927. 100 Gibbs Street. In.rlrun1or fn Govcrruncnf .,"' , RN: 3' kg- .l , f " if 1 1 .5.,1- -e N 36 .lx . v Q , 1 -4 ik ii. yi. E I ' s fir ,N nf lx ilu .fx .1 ga, JA. li 'lal ! is 2.4 ii' , fl fi' if 13 lf' lil' ii Elf il Pi sl .lx Lf QT ,', 2. 5? il 1,5 ' l ' 1 I. -Q. iv, I -1 4, l i' x Vx 5 5 A ft C K. A A A Tx ' if '. T T' ff, .:..Yi.:T.l.,l, 1-1Ql.,,.l.QQ.Q:.4.Q:.Z Q. T . ..- .W.Y ,..- .,., .Ala fx.. . ., ... .. , V . . Y..,.,...., ...,.,.,,3 1 ... X if f? u lr, 3 ii fs- ' sf 1 4 ag A it ERIC CARROLL VANCE, A.M., GX, f13BK. QQ? Intrlruclor In Ecormnucm . I University of Rochester, 19259 AJV1., Columbia, 1927. Aft ' 118 Macbeth Street. is by S ' A A 3 fs 2 ks 33 so Q HERBERT E. XVILDER f Il1J'fl'llCf0I' In Uplvmcillv 53 741 Garson Avenue. X f A fe 9 A E Nr yi M .-wx ni, , Q A R rr C gn s ,A 9x 9 51 'jg EDXVARD IOHN Fo'fI.Es, Sc.M. Aj Direclgr qf Ilze ."ullrI'6lll?I Q! fvnlural Iil..l'fUl:ll ' E5 B.S.:tCo:gr7r231na University. 1922: Sell... New York Uni- ' versx y, ., . Q 1164 Bay Street. E: JU K f' 1 -9 Q: SU A K., 'Y- J CS N 3' CONRAD HENRY 1N1OEHLMAN, Ph.D., GX 1 E Jr Leclurfzr on Cl1l'l.Jll.dlll.f-lj and Cl.i'l.l1'Zdfl-UI! '51 University of 1V1lC1llg3ll,.1902j Rochester Theological Semi- G in nary, 19053 AJV1., Uxnversxty of Rochester, 19173 Ph.D., w University of Dhchigan, 1918. 53 ,Q 555 Rockingham Street. 'QM A Q till: 11 nw aff , 1. 53 X1-A51 fm RA w fi! ,ff-V-+A 5 - ' e --'-,-'--- '--- f --AA- 5-- W-i--15:71-tit::":1:'::t'1fT:i"iif:iTffit'.iTI1iT'lfAJ1 "E- ' YR -if-1'-'f,,t:"'1:1' "" iT1f5T'i"T"TT'.l7'TT'1-,T"II'i'-'Z'T71 " ' Z 2 33113-7"f'fV7513717 QC"Q'. if !.'r 1.5 15, 6 A., ,T-RC, ff., fx? ,- A ,L W. -.XL I ,Lf ,. ,. 1. rf, ,1 XJ .f - 3-, f--A A -Mqlfw A- rx if gf-N ffyxgf.1eQn,,ffV E... .-.-,....,..,.......-,..,.,..-.-,-, ...--....,-..,... 1 ,r ,. es s2.m,,w.-m D iflifki, 4, :fy ,t.l'12Tf'Qfu5:. if Q. Rwav .X . I M mv 37 1 D 1 Q! 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'--- V V -Y V r f -- W -'M - -5 --1, X i "5w2SQ5Qamm-f mwimmw www mwiu Jif-ray L90"Qji51g7fi9Q,,'972SqQ3 Seams wzssf ' a :Dt .D .L it 'R is is E ' RONALD W. P. KING, A.B., KDBK N Q d.r.fI.rlanI in Pl1y,ric.r ' e University of Rochester, 1927. it 1 57 Brighton Street. ' D.. 7 Q D V 3 Q 7 Q HAROLD HENRY Mu.Lo'r, A.B., '-DBK I 1 RFI.-flllllf in I'?'cnclz r 1927. J University of Rochestei, 5 C. AD 165 Crawford Street. C' nf 7 Ui 7 n 52 f X D DIRAN H. TOMBOLTLIAN, A.B., LDBK -3 C AD d.m'1'.rI'f1l1l1'r1 Plly.-'1'c.v qu 5 ' University of Rochester, 1927. 55 fa D ll Erion Crescent. ft, fr D k Q M M i G 9 3 7 Q Wy X CHARLES XVILLIAMS UPTQN, 1IjBK, Kibli 1 5' X gniversity :,i"5oghesti:flligfg.Hl Hmtoly 1 gi h pencerpor , i . . C' FI C ig 5 Q :D 7 95 f K. gwrwwfgirmrr mi my QQGT W mi 2. 59 ' HER51AN KENT PHINNEY, A.M., AY, QDBK 1 . d.r.r1'.rIz1ni Ll.bl'lIl'l.Hll University of Rochester, 1877p A.M., 1880. 8 Brighton Street. D'1ELVILI.E WEBBER, A.M. J.-.ravfzzle DlYft,l'l0I' of fha' dr! Gallcly 141 North Union Street. The Library DONALD BEAN Gmcmusr, A.B.. B.L.S., X41 Ll'6I'fIl'l'I1ll Dartmouth College 1915: B.L.S., New York State Lilwrary School, 1915. 1 256 Berkeley Street. The Art Gallery GERTRUDE R. HERDLE, A.M. Director of The Jr! Gallequ University of Rochester, 1918g A.N1., 1925. 19 Sumner Park. X'-'sa 1 Xin I Kem, 40 KUCN CLJQLP X Y-A, DY cr x 1 sr 1 Hllnllfi x -X wr Q13 mf 3 Pk A L su ,AJ,xsxxwRQk 13 X Q N i p L W KRS Rx H gmWS5 X KMA q Qnzeyjp, gtg vw fl W Xx "wwf f Y- Swv! All if L K an 17155239 H 1, f .HQ E :Tw F 5 A 2 I f 'I' E-3., gig-'El is WI Q 4 ami' " 4 '1l:r'nU fp , iff' " ' ' "' '.- Li.: --N 'Ii if w x fu 'Q' fl Qgfv if me h ll ' P .mf Q- 3 1 X "-ftgil -V 4, Hifi!! K -K 51273,-gh rg ,' H dl' u --------1--T-.5'3Xi-- 5 flv., .- ,, Q,.x'lM5Kxf:2 " " ""+ 'S QR lg S I 555 F 331 ymaiggi S'. il L Mk V V ul U 'N 5 N9 1 ,- S i . ' agffk X2 .22 V + i 1' x f 4 - X T-'lr I " 'xfiw V, 11" . Q..-f gf N 1, -I ! 'A 'X ',Q -rf 5' -I 1 f" Md"vx? , Q 51:5 S 1.11, f. 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Q ww EQ O L X, , .r5f3f1!-X "He held a mortgage on the earth -so-Sw 'S MN All through his senior yea1+" N, Qc 2? E3 err :juf 1, e Q - :,jlJ"a1, r,-,WA .,...ro .... 7.er -r,--..Wa'VX1 CN? Q: Ir'-7 :P A-"xo YR GW xxfr f 427 D,"Qff.i1 " -- X z. Y A l ! I 5 i I ll ,I s. ggwggaaejimvwzmaxevmf bmw wzfeaw QBQQXQQLFKM nmmfwxggagmm I 1 . 1 5 Na 3 T 33 Class Officers K Q cg w W' G? if Q .J M Civ G f? O 1 Rav 5 1 D Q Q 5 L MERLE M. SCHNECKENBURGER NICHOLAS E. BROYVN W Q .PI'6.I'l'd6I?l' Vice-Pre.rz'de1zi Q Q Q 3 3 - 5 E? 5 8 Q CL 3 S J R 4. 7 G Q 'Q U iC E, R V3 D Q CHARLES E. BAHLER GORDON M. MEADE FJ Secrefaly Treawurer Q 7 MG Omemmfmminumemmdm wmammmfmwwfwmfmawmii' 42 wwmwwxwwwmwmeaug evwcwwmysmwwzmwcm "Now, When I Was In College-" N adequate history of the class of 1928 would fill volumes but the present Chronicler is laboring under a heavy burden of being forced to cramp everything into a page or two. Accordingly we shall attempt to point out the salient points and personalities of the class in as lucid and succinct a manner as possible, as Perky would say. First and foremost, '28 is a great class. Secondly, why shouldn't it be Crhetorical questionj. Didn't it arrive with a most unusual collection of men,-in the making? Didn't Mr. Douds pick it as a fit group to usher in his pet idea-the Freshman Camp. It seems quite probable that the class of '25 became great for the very purpose of being able to train that great class of '28 that was coming up. Previous classes somehow felt that the best way to enter college was to meekly take a bad beating from the Sophomores. '28 started a new tradition by forcing the Sophs to gain the aid of the police in obtaining a draw decision. '28 started the idea of holding Freshman banquets at downtown meeting places instead of slinking away to the suburbs to eat among the cobwebs and dirt of abandoned buildings. '28 started the idea of winning football games. Progress, that's the watchword of 1928. That's the story of her achievements. Other classes thought they ran dances and banquets, but '28 set a new standard. Previous classes tried to play politics but along side of some of '28's wire pullers, Tweed and the rest of them fade into insignificance. Previous editors tried to publish Interps but we welcome comparison, the others aren't in it. A Caledonian and Semitic influence has made '28 the best class of bill dodgers in the history of the college, a most valuable training in this day and age. A Dlachiavellian smartness has also characterized the class. '27 used a smoke screen to win the flag rush. Realizing that this method was passe, '28 hypnotized the gullible traditions committee into wedging the greased bunting into the pole. At any rate, when once our methods have been determined we have played the game. XVe've fought like men, sometimes behind a barricade to be sure, but discretion is always the better part of valor. YVe suppressed our Simian tenden- cies and kept on the ground instead of climbing all over trees and the roofs of buildings. NVe've won a good share of the times and when we lost, we lost like everyone else, hard. Vtle may have pulled some smart deals but we admit it, we never were Pharisees. But enough of this, there's no argument, we're a great class. A class is great because of its men, and '28 has men. XVhat other group can boast of athletes such as Collamer, Dunn, Ehre, Apperman, and Ienks. What other class has contained publicationists like Yerger, Ginsberg, and Garman. Where else could one find social lights like Wvhitman, Nvitherspoon, Platt, and Olney. em fwwfemowwmmmm P mmmmmmwmmemma 43 1 rs m'weemeeeagf-gqmewae9ume9e.f- gjgjewpggwseeemwwzmgfsee A 6 Moehlman, Hercules and Ulyssess in one. Then there are those arch politicians, QJZYQE And we have noble youths, Doud's Henchrnen, Ienks, the Class Galahad, and lg F2 Schneckenburger and Meade, between them they've fixed and foxed everything in sight and they're still going strong, but not together. '28 was never one sided. Loewenthal and Sliker are more versatile than Iohn Erskine, Loewenthal even being Keidaean, He-men abound in '28. The great outdoors regularly calls Bahler, Iackson, and Bill Smith, the geologist. Gone but not forgotten are: Sherman our one time prexy, and greatest inter- class rivalist in the history of the college, who dropped back a class because we had outgrown the fight stage 5 Mark Kreag, the chess wizard, Cassetti, the phar- macist who felt the call of Dan Cupid, Bates and Grassi who were too smart for the rest of us, Kroner and Trenholme, great athletes, and many others are no longer here but once did their bit inradding to the fame of 1928. But in another sense, the history of '28 is just beginning. It can never be com- pleted until the last member has received the Final Summons. What that record will be the future only can say. Meanwhile, '28 goes proudly forth, cherishing a host of memories, and intent on one thing,-to spread the fame of Rochester to the four corners of the earth. D.A G. ommxmmEmmmQmmw1 mmmmf'eQmmmmwwmJ 44 - L E 2 Q C C Q C C C C C Q C C Q C 3 5 C 5 Q ,seize-fe A was crew wma Q.92iQ9pt..'5bC52'g? up fp gagigsaifiraw Aezfrsjalf-QSEEQ wiser, 1 . 5 ' .Q I Q Roster of The Senior Class ' FRANCIS FREELAND ABERCROMBIE DEXTER ALBERT BILLINGHAM Boston, Mass. Q Poughkeepsie Arla' f1ri.r Track Cl, 25 lnterclass Handball C2, 515 C' AT, Menclicants. Assistant Business Man- Iunior Prom ommittee C515 Cross Country ager, 1928 INTERPRES C515 Assistant Track Manager C515 Cross Country Dianager C415 Track Manager EUGENE GEORGE ALHART Rochester Jlcclzanfcal Englheerilig BAP. Freshman Track C115 Freshman Cheerleader C115 Freshman Song Composer C115 Glee Club Cl, 215 Interclass Basketball C2, 515 Varsity Track C2, 515 Engineerin Club C5, 415 Y. M. C. A. Cam aign C5, 415 iunior Prom Committee C515 Hesenic Council C5, 41. 11'lORRIS SELIG APPERMAN Rochester Arif XP, Keiclaeans. Wfearer of Numei-als5 Xvearer of the "R5" Freshman Football, Bas- ketball, Baseball, Track C115 Captain Fresh- man Basketball, Baseball C115 Soph Hop Committee C215 Varsity Football C2, 515 Varsity Baseball C2, 5, 415 Captain Varsity Basketball C515 Varsity Basketball C2, 5, 415 Nlember Student Board of Control C2, 5, 415 Eiirman Club C515 Iunior Banquet Committee 5 . XVESLEY FRANKLIN ASHMAN Rochester Jlcchanzbal Engineering . BAE. Interclass Football C215 Engineering Club C5, 41. CHARLES EDMUND BAHLER Fairport drlm SAE, SITE, USB, Dflendicants, Keidaeans. Freshman Nlixer Committee C115 Freshman Track Soph Hop Committee C215H1unior Prom ommittee C515 Business Sta THE CAMPUS Cl, 2, 515 Assistant Business Manager THE CAMPUS C515 Assistant College Activities Manager C515 Sophomore Ban uet Committee C215 Secretary Hellenic Council C51, Chairman Iunior Banquet Committee C515 lnterclass Track C115 lnterclass Soccer Cl, 215 College Banquet Committee C115 Advertising Man- ager THE CAMPUS C415 Class Secretary C41. EDWARD RUPERT BECKER Rochester Jlechanical Engineering SAE, CIIBK. Engineering Club Cl, 2, 5, 415 Freshman Basketball C115 lnterclass Basket- ball C1, 215 lnterclass Baseball Cl, 215 Y. M. C. A. Financial Campaign Committee C2, 51. ALFRED RAYMOND BERNADT Buffalo drtr Glee Club C5, 415 University Choir C315 Ger- man Club C5, 415 Freshman Track C115 Y. M. C. A. Religious Team Preacher. C5, 415 Interclass Track Cl,. 215 lnterclass Swimmin C515 Captain Cross Country C415 lvearer of the UR." HAROLD CHAPMAN BZNNER Rochester r1.r 11' T, Mountebanks. Associated Dramatics Clubs C2, 5, 415 Sta e Blanager C515 Glee Club C5, 415 Track Squai C215 Sophomore Vigilance Committee C21. NICHOLAS ELMER BRCJNVN Rochester 1 ri.r WT, XP, 9112, Mendicants, Keidaeans. Proc Nite Committee Cl, 215 Chairman Vigilance Committee C215 F rosh Frolic Com- mittee C115 Soph Banquet Committee C215 Y. M. C. A. Drive Cl, 2, 5, 415 Y. Nl. C. A. Council Cl, 2, 5, 415 Class Basketball C5, 415 Class YVrestling C2, 515 Class Treasurer C515 Assistant Manager ot' Basketball C515 Manager of Basketball C415 Vice-President Y. Nl. C. A. C415 Class Vice-President C415 Chairman Tra- ditions Committee C415 Member Board of Control C41. Vt'earer of the "R." ELTON ALGERNON BIZTQPLER Fairport 'r1'.r Dewey Prize Contest C215 Y. lVl. C. A. Council C215 lnterclass Soccer C215 Reporter THE CAMPUS C51. HAROLD TIFFANY BUTLER Fairport drf.r DONALD ROBERT CLARK Rochester .4rl.r BAP, KQK. HENRY EUGENE COLEGROVE Fairport flrff SAX, HEB. F rosh Football, Basketball C115 Varsity Baseball C215 Varsity Football C2, 5, 41. Yvearer of the "R," XVARREN XVALRATH CZJLLAMER Hilton rl.r AT, XP, 9112, Mendicants, Keidaeans. Baseball Cl, 2, 5, 415 Football Cl, 2, 5, 415 Basketball C115 Interclass Basketball C2, 5, 415 Frosh Frolic Committee5 Chairman Nloving U Night C13 5 Iunior Banquet Committee C315 Cliiiss Presi ent C2, 515 President Students Association C415 Co-Captain of Football C415 Captain Baseball C415 Y. M. C. A. Campaign C415 YVearer of the HR." C, G C. C, C C C C I C C C C. C C Q C I C C C C Q omvwwmmefemmmmm hmmmmawammrwoama ' UXUUBWUSQIWKQJUZQIQGXQIU R ,H , UQQXQDLURKQJQQYQIMUKUQQKUUKQJ I , . 5 5 l GARRAT1' CREOEEN CREBBIN Rochester 1Iri.r WT. Freshman Track C15 5 Glee Club C2, 55 5 Chairman Freshman Y. M. C. A. Committee C155 lnterclass Basketball C55 5 Interclass Track Cl, 25. KIIPKO. ROBERT EDX!'ARD CRITCIIELL Rochester ffrir KCDK. MAX LOREN DUNN Mendon 1fI'fJ' SAE, XP, QUE. Proc Night, Frosh Aflixer, Nioving Up Night Committees C155 Interclass Football, Track, Nvrestling Cl, 2, 555 Varsity Track, Football C2, 5, 455 Vigilance Com- mittee C255 Captain, lnterclass Track C255 Class Treasurer C255 YVearer of the "R5" Co-Captain, Football C45. PAUL CURTIS DURKEE Avon Arla' BAE, AP, Troubadours. Track C155 Glee Club C255 Business Staff THE CAMPUS C2, 555 Assistant Advertising Manager THE CAMPUS C555 Business Nlanager THE CAMPUS C5, 455 Ragpickers Cl, 2, 555 University Band EMANUEI. EDELSTEIN ' Brooklyn drtr FIDE. Intramural Basketball C555 lntra- mural Handball C5, 45. HOI.1.IS IOIINSON EIIANEY Geneseo drim QAX. Varsity Football C2, 5, 455 Varsitv Basketball Squad C5, 455 Xvearer ofthe "R.5' SAMUEL EIIRE Rochester .firir Keidaeans. Freshman Baseball, Basketball, Football, Track C155 Varsity Baseball C255 Varsity Basketball C2, 5, 455 Iunior Prom Committee C555 Proc Night Committee C255 Xvearer of the"'R5" YVearer of Numerals, Captain Varsity Basketball IOIIN ROGER ELLIOTT Newark Chenuirlrjv Soph Hop Committee C25. VERNON SMYTHE ELLZY Oskya, Miss. Arb- SAMUEL FELD Rochester drin- KCIFK. Interclass and Intramural Track Cl, 2, 555 Varsity Track Cl, 2, 5, 455 Wearer of Numerals5 1928 INTERPRES Staff C55. FRANCIS LEROY FENNELL Shortsville Chcnzflrfly ' BAT. Track CI, 25. IOIIN DONALD FEXVSTER Ontario drtr lnterclass YVrestling C25 . KENNETH COOPER FISHER Chaffee zfrfm BAF. Y. 151. C. A. Financial Campaign C2, 455 1928 INTERPRES Staff C55. lVlEYER FIX Rochester Ziff-F Interclass Basketball C155 Football Squad C255 Track Cl, 2, 5, 455 lntramural Basketball C555 Intramural Baseball C155 lnterclass Soccer C255 Interclass Football C255 lnterclass Track Cl, 255 Intramural Track Cl55Cross Country C455 XVearer of the "R." HYMAN IRVXNG FORMAN Rochester drlw DONALD ALBERT GARMAN Rochester irlr I 1 GX, Troubadours. Glee Club C 1, 2, 5, 455 CAMPUS Staff C255 Associate Editor C555 Managing Editor C455 Geology Club C2, 555 Dramatics Association C25 5 Assistant Business Manager C555 Business l5'lanager C455 Y. DA. C. A. Council C5, 455 Cabinet C55 5 Chairman of Faculty Coffees C555 1928 INTERPRES Staff C55 5 Class Football C255 Track Squad C555 Editor Student Handbook C35. h MOE GINSBERG Rochester flrztr KN, '-IDBK, Keidaeans, AP. Freshman Foot- ball, Basketball, Baseball C155 Frosh Frolic Committee C155 Freshman Alixer Committee Cl 55 Proc Night Committee C15 5 Reporter THE CABIPUS. C155 Associate Editor TI-IE CAMPUS C255 Sports Editor, THE CAMPUS C555 Editor, THE CAMPUS C455 Sophomore Banquet Comm- ittee C25 5 Soph Hop Committee C255 Traditions Revisal Committee C15 5 1928 INTERPRES Staff C55 5 Traditions Committee C45. KARL FREDERICK GOECKEL Rochester drla' GX. Proc Night Committee C155 Banquet Committee C155 Chairman Frosh Frolic C155 Proc Night Committee C255 Soph Hop Com- mittee C255 Iunior Prom Committee C55. BRUCE EDWARD GRAMKEE Rochester Chenzfcal Elzgfneerfng Engineering Club Cl, 2, 5, 455 Track Cl, 2, 3, 45. OLIVER MILTON HALL New York City Aria' AKE, 91-12, Nlendicants, Keidaeans. Class Secretar ' Cl, 255 Frosh Frolic Committee C155 Frosh Banquet Committee C155 Students Association Treasurer C555 Sophomore Ban- quet Committee C255 Chairman Soph, Hop Committee C255 Varsity Track C255 Penn Relay Team C255 Iunior Prom Committee C55 5 Interclass Handball Cl, 555 Y. M. C. A. Treas- urer C555 Chairman Y. M. C. A. Drive C555 Proc Night Committee C25 5 Iunior Banquet Committee C355 1928 INTERPRES Staff C55. ommammnommmmm mmmmfwmmmmms can ewzfeawzwwvwiwseamwumsp uwceawwren-mwwvwwcuwzsess iV1ELVlN LEON HAZEN Hilton EDXVIN GRANGER IoIINsoN Canandaigua drb' ,1rl.r Class Handball C2, 51. ' HARRY RAYMOND ANDREXV HENRICKSON Rochester rueclzanlifal Erzgfneerfng AT, Engineering Club. . WILLIS IOSIIUA HENRX' Rochester flrln' lntramural Basketball C2, 51. FRANK CARLETON HILL Rochester flrlf A IOIIN LAWRENCE HILL, IR. Rochester l11CL'l1Illll-C111 Erxgfzieerflzg Engineering Club. Hobart Rouser Com- mittee C115 Nloving Up Night Committee C115 Frosh Frolic Committee C115 Soph Hop Com- mittee C215 Chairman Song Book Committee C515 Delegate XVorld Court Conference C515 Y. M. C. A. Campaign C515 Circulation Man- ager INTERPRES C51. KARL EDWIN HUBER Rochester Chenu.rI'1Qu ASSAF HUSMANN Creston, Neb. drb' . KENNETti ELr.swoRT2 IACKSON Rochester FAI' GAX, XP, 9112, USB, Keidaeans, Trouba- dours. Football C115 Baseball Cl, 215 Basket- ball C215 Assistant Cheerleader Cl, 2, 515 Vigilance Committee Chairman S15 Frosh Frolic Committee C115 Soph Hop ommittee C215 Iunior Prom Committee C515 1928 IN- TERPRES Staff C515 Secretary Students Asso- ciation C215 College Banquet Committee Cl, 2, 515 Glee Club C2, 5, 415 Freshman Banquet Committee C115 Sophomore Ban uet Com- mittee C215 Chairman Interclass 'Song Con- test Cl15 Cheerleader C415 Varsity Baseball C41. Xvearer of the "R." DONALD ALBERT IEN2iS Dansville A Mr AAGJ. Varsitv Track Cl, 2, 5, 415 Freshman lntramural and lnterclass Track C115 Intra- mural Basketball C315 Eastman School Stu- dent Orchestra C215 Cosmopolitan Club C2, 5, 415 Y. M. C. A. Council C2, 5, 415 Silver Bay Conference C115 Dansville Conference C2, 515 Track Ca tain C415 Traditions Committee C415 Wearer otjthe "R." W ILLIS TRUNAN JENSEN Rochester Aria' AACII, Nlendicants, Troubadours. Glee Club Cl, 2, 515 Ragpickers S, 2, 515 Frolic Committee C115 Soph Hop ommittee C215 Iunior Prom Committee C515 Reporter, THE CAMPUS C115 1928 INTERPRES Staff C515 Hellenic Council C5, 41. b.X.f?9fQ,Q6"'4fhS2.5f9fQ,QLd"9fQi679fB.S?5'9 IOHN XVHITBECK KELLER Rochester 5 Jrtr . GX. Varsity Track C215 Class Handball C5, 41. CHARLES TRACY LAKE North Chili 11'ri.r SAM LA11'1ONlCA Rochester ' Jrla' lnterclass Soccer Cl, 21: lnterclass Yvrestling Cl, 515 ntramnral Baseball C115 lnterclass Basketba 12 FRANK C. LEACI-I Rochester flrla' EX. LoUIs LEviN Brooklyn flrl.r EDWARD PIUS LoEsER Rochester iris' AT. Chairman Proc Night Committee C115 Class President C115 Freshman Football C115 Freshman Reception Committee C115 Fresh- man Y. lVl. C. A. Cabinet and Campaign C115 F rosh Frolic Committee C 115 Class Swimming Captain Cl, 2, 515 Class Pipe Committee C115 Freshman Banquet Committee C115 Varsity Football C2, 51. . EUGENE LOEWENTI-IAI. Rochester drhr KN,Nlountebanks,Troudadours,Keidaeans. Glee Club Cl, 2, 5, 415 Associated Dramatics Club C5, 415 Vice-President and Secretary Associated Dramatics Club C515 Varsity Follies C115 Second Prize. Sophomore Exhibi- tion C215 Aianager University Band C5, 415 Varsity Quartette C2, 5, 415 Circulation Nlan- ager, 1928 INTERPRES C515 Ragpickers Cl, 315 Student Leader Glee Club C41. XVALTER O. l1'1AK0WSKY Brooklyn Arif Commons Club Cl, 215 Interclass Yvrestling C115 Intramural Swimming C115 Freshman Track C115 Track Squad C115 Glee Club C515 German Club C515 Y. M. C. A. Campaign CS. 415 State' Student Conference, Dansville C515 Y. M. C. A. Peace Lectures Committee C51. CHAUNCEY EVERETT IVTARTIN Rochester Arla' 1 GX. X GEORGE BANJAMIN MAcDoNALD Iamaica Arif GORDON MONTGOMERY MEADE Rochester 1 fri.:- AA1175- Mendicants, Keidaeans. Track C115 Freshman Camp Director C515 Football Manager-Elect C515 Y. M. C. A. Council C515 Football Nlanager C415 Class Treasurer C41. WFQQQQSQFQMNFRQGHFQXQFUJ C . 'X Y. .-C is Y. E5 Q.. ' I 'I C . rx x iN N 1,3 fa : 1 X? 11 .T 1 Q. 1. .1 fi F1 D fi i1 -1 as 41 is -D ca' I ' a R3 i 43 NED is S 5 w A C5,, a R 4,1 'ir- ei Q s 9 ei R Ei in si! ' QAZSXR t X X ,N X., .. , ' . If A A ..,.,.I.,1.., L., x ' y I 1 ELXVOOD GEORGE BIEYERHOFF Rochester Arla' ARTHUR HENRY NIOEHLMAN A Rochester zfffd' GX, GJBK, Troubadours, Keidaeans. Glee Club Cl, 2, 5, 413 Captain Class YVrestling Cl, 2, 311 Soph Hop Committee C215 Iunior Prom Committee C513 Freshman Ban uet Com- mittee C113 Secretary University M. C. A. C513 Reporter THE CAMPUS C511 Class Vice- President C513 President University Y. NI. C. A. C413 Manager Glee Club C41g Exchange Editor CAMPUS C41p Y. M. C. A. Camp Com- mittee C41. HILDRETH CADMUS OENEY Prattsburg f r1.r AT, Troubadours. Ragpickers Cl, 2, 513 Soph Hop Committee C21. IOHN ORTOLANI Rochester fIrl.r ' Frosh Frolic Committee C115 Soph Hop Committee C213 Iunior Prom Committee C51. HENRY DORW'ARDT OTT Ithaca Jrtr Geology C1ub3 Secretary of Geology Club t-'51 HAROLD XVALTER PIXFEY Coldwater 1' l'l.r Freshman Baseball C113 Varsity Baseball C2. 5, 41. ROBERT EARLE PLATE Rochester 1 rl: AAG", 9112, Diendicants. Y. 111. C. A. Cabinet C113 Intramural Baseball C11g Intra- mural Tennis C113 Soph Hop Committee C213 Soph Club Committee C213 1928 INTERPRES Staff C513 Assistant Baseball Manager C519 Freshman Camp Committee C313 Baseball Nlanager C41. I MILTON VAN NEST PULL!-:N Mendon I'lrl,r G-DX. IOHN Lours PULV1N0i Rochester If Pla' Freshman Basketball Team C113 Varsity Basketball Squad C21g Neutral Basketball C2, 3, 413 Neutral Indoor Baseball Cl, 2, 51, Inter- class Basketball Cl, 2, 511 Interclass Soccer C113 Interclass NVrestling Cl, 511 Class Football Captain HENRY Ross 1 Rochester 1 l'f.r Interclass Basketball C411 Intramural Bas- ketball ' l11ERLE M. SCHNECKENBURGER Batavia xifltl' CX, 91-12, USB, Nlendicants, Keidaeans. Freshman Track C113 Soph Club Committee C213 Chairman Sophomore Banquet C213 Class Secretary C519 Varsity Track C1, 2, 513 Chair- man Iunior Prom C513 Hellenic Council C513 XVearer of the "RQ" Class President C413 Vice- President Students Association GEORGE HENRY SCIIRODER North Chili .zfffef NIIROSLAV SICHINSRY I Rochester xfffd' HAROLD GARLAND SLIKER . Rochester 11l'I,,r GX. Dramatics Club Cl, 2, 5, 415 Reporter THE CAMPUS C113 Freshman Chairman The Varsity Follies C113 Reader, The Glee Club C213 First Award, Sophomore Exhibition C213 Humor and Art Editor 1928 INTERPRES C513 Y. M. C. A. Council C2, 51. IOSEPH WVILLIAM SMITH Batavia f1rI.r KQK. Varsity Baseball C51. RALPI-I'EDwIN STEELE Rochester 1 rf.r QAX. Freshman Football C113 Varsity Track C2, 5, 413 Freshman Baseball C113 Intra- mural Tennis Cl1g Freshman Basketball C113 Varsity Football Cl,2,5, 413WeareI-ofthe HR." NORMAN P. STEVENSCQN Rochester 1 flu' SAE. Varsity Track C2, 413 1Vearer of HR." CHARLES TIMOTIIY SuI.I.IvAN Rochester 14rI.r AKE. Class Pipe Committee C113 Frosh Football C113 Soph Banquet Committee C213 Class Soccer C21. ABE I. TATELBAUM Elmira Arla KN, CITBK. Freshman Basketball C113 Varsity Basketball C5, 413 1Vearer of the "R3" Varsity Baseball C5,141. IARIES TIIORNTON Wellsville Aria' AKE. Golf C31. W ILLIAM HOXVARD XVEST Rochester ifffd' AY. Hellenic Council C5, 41. ERNEsT CONGER XVHITBECK, IR. Rochester .drhr AACIJ. Freshman Football C113 Freshman Banquet Committee CI1. ROGER 1NH-ITMAN Niagara Falls I dffir TT, TIEB. 11'1endicants, Nlountebanks. Glee Club C2, 312 Dramatics Association Cl, 2, 5, 413 Interclass Relay C213 1928 INTERPRES Staff C51. XVILLIAM MILES XVHITERSPOON Rochester drla' WT, 9112, Mendicants. Freshman Track Team C113 Y. NI. C. 'A. Cabinet C111 Soph Club Committee C213 Soph Hop Committee C213 Iunior Prom Committee C513 Assistant Manager' , .MX .ii ,. ,A xH I ww. I N -v I tl. Riff 3 'Y 1 1'-A ff? 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Officious, tipsy, upperclassmen told '29 V62 F: how to "win thish Proc Fig tl"Courtly, handsome u perclassmen paraded giggling RW co-ed dates past the interested stare of the Freshman line, and five different 'f 5' Seniors in widely separated parts of the Circle said to their companions, "Now, 'Y when I was a Freshman-." wb' v, 'fl The single lamp in front of Anderson steps gave enough light to see things to Q stumble over and to show Iohnny Vtlilson biting his finger nails as '28 stayed ,Q si cooped up in its fortress. The light bulb gradually faded into the chilly. graydawn 'Wg of September, and the roar of '29 swept around back of Anderson towards the " windows through which the besieged were grinning. Ten yards away, five yards, 23 and those leading the charge were washed back by a stream of Hemlock water if from Mr. Rohr's Ere department. Hasty consultation, and Bib Nletz broke the 1 1' window, almost severed two fingers, and got the hose, only to have it pulled from -, his bloody grasp. Then the Board of Strategy came forward with a plan, and a -.J medieval batterin ram in the hands of '29 began to disintegrate rapidly the doors 'D if which protected tie worried Sophs. Tinkle of flying glass, the rencling crash of wood and angry roars of " '29" and "get those so and so's." Then, as the sun Q loomed over the dark bulk of the Stecher Lighographic plant, a shrill whistle cut 4, H through the air. The siege halted, classmate looked at classmate 3 pride and Q brotherhood surged up within each as he thought what good fellows they all were. fr "" In competent, cultured tones: "Fifteen minutes, the class that ties up the most E215 men of the other class wins," and '29 marched to its new battlefield, still doubtful ,N 1' of its own power and courage but made one by the first taste of battle. The Sophs 5112 stood belligerent twenty yards away. "Huh, they're not sohbigf' "Hold that line, 'Q '29 5" business-like spitting on palms of nervous hands, and again the shrill whistle. J f Each scared Frosh, carried on by the example of his scared neighbor raced forward Xi as if it made a difference who hit the Sophs first, and a husky body hurtled through the air, hit a huskier one at the knees, and a watching co-ed shrank to- ls wards her escort and listened carefully as uncouth phrases rang out. D " Glimpses of sky, earth, half-naked friends, ditto foes, "Help '29" "Help '28" ff frenzied clawing to escape rope nooses, and longer and harder pants from the men N Q rolling on the ground. Fiore and more slowly they rolled, and '29's pile of tied J I men grew apace in spite of effective knives wielded by upperclassmen--till the T efficient traditions committee blew its ofiicious whistle. " '29 tied 22, '28 tied' l5," -D and '29 spelled it out for its opponents with a feeling that now they did belong. D 2, "Frosh Nleeting, Friday ,Noon at Carnegie" read the sign on the back stairs 'D ' I of Anderson, and Iack Yvilson, who led us Proc Night was elected President, with l William-Warren Smith, Vice-President, Dave Richardson, Secretary, and Tony Q '. Glosser in the position of trust. Tony was destined to have a bad case of examin- 'DJ ation misinterpretation later in the year, and Luke Powell, since then our annual gg i treasurer was to fill his place. The machinery ran smoothly through the year. 9 l VVe met our profs, marvelled at their omniscience, studied three times as hard as .D i we had in high school and got '70's in our courses. College is not a social phase. F E rt Qi gs. X rl --W f - f -W - ,Q "-" ' ff- .. . , -'fe-' ' -1"-' viii '-: pci: '-:::T' 'ff' 'tum was mam mm faery mm rf mm mm fam asm mms vomit 51 . . x in .AY . I asf - 5 i w X xl ' x 1 N, ' 1 1 Liu' i ,px gg., . 1 1 x 3 .ai , 4 .al -.lax Q. ,-.,,,,, ,,,, M- ., s s mm, , ., or Lf Q g:Xa2,,,--,lb,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,-W,-,W 5199 YQLSFYQS' 5:95535 fa or r is if or he r F' r rr or rrWww,.i il 15:33 i '13 il ' ' .ve - is if il 5 Nionday, November 16, fifteen battered warriors walked around the Campus, gl Ei heads held high and minor limps carefully displayed, for the Saturday before T52 QE' they had played the Hobart Frosh to a most satisfying 6-6 tie. It was an epic battle, played on a field 'on which there were pools of water larger than the gym Q .sjll natatorium. Johnny Wilson led the attack, galloping and sliding over ditc es. A swamps, culverts, and morasses with equal abandon, though at great cost to his Qi E , 21 complexion fBeauty experts, please notej. Aus Bleyler played utility,-filling in pi ' ml at end, guard, center, and half-back as his predecessors were carried from the lake. 5' 3 S2 ' The ball floated over Hobart's goal line g Harold Decker tacked up to it, and, while gf f gl the Geneva boys shrieked anathema, competently covered it for our touchdown. Fl ,QQ E lp On the sidelines, in civilian'clothes, watching this game, new and strange to him, l keen E at a youth who thought himself a basketball player, Ted Zornow, the Pittsford Q, . cm. , unger. Freshmen with scared thoughts .and brave faces sauntered up South Avenue. 14335 turned 1121 at a dloor with some scriptural characters on it, walked up a flight of gi Ni stairs an atten ed '29's Frosh Banquet. Prexy was there at his first underclass fa l li? li banquet and everyone was happy. Compliments fell in big, oily phrases as Ted 5' 3 1 Doyle introduced the speakers. "Good class spirit 5" "Friendly with each other," GQ I U "lWlost successful banquet 3"-all heard throug a dim haze of hope and fear that ei Q ' some Sophomores might come to break it up. But Sophomores were as scarce as 1 ' 3 iw butter that night and the exultant snake dance had undulated as far as the East- gf ' F if man Dorm C1Vlonroe 14281 before '28 gapingly asked 5 "NVhere was it?" V . Figures in dirty grey and faded pink raced up and down the gym floor, and f -ft, ' Cap Kenyon, whose nickname soon was to become a title, and Bib Metz, of Proc i 4 :L Night fame, contracted a scoring habit they they have since intensified. Fairport, . 5' ' Q iz 1'15eChCH1ghi3aHd Igighdfiell before '29's fighting spirit and native ability, and Q 1' H oc amp e smx e roa v. A l ' ' a , l . . . . . 515' ' i rp eg A tense afternoon with Freshmen studying four books in ten minutes and getting ,, , Q ! -- nothing from them. Sophomores looking sheepishly unconcerned, and an upper- . l class tip sent a delegation to Perry. But it was too late. '28 had eaten a banquet, in . Q - 'ff' an '29 had missed it, but '28 rolled back to Rochester in state,-on the rim. ' l - , if if l The grey and pink uniforms came out again, for baseball this time. Cap Kenyon, l -ffl Rabbit Forney, Ted Zornow, still ignorant of football, and Hugo Teute, the far- Q l ,V sightid flcprist, Sliigfedcpn that team, and many the village high school met defeat . ", at it an s. An oc ampbell still smiled broadly. ,lbl iii El . ' . . . 'l Ti Omer Hicks stood himself in front of the smouldering fireplace at Oak Hill Country Club, raised a baton, and '29 froliced. It was the first college function .Ya ii to be held on the new campus, and the doomed building was filled with the Um- CQ-f 2 if versity of Rochester and friends. Varsity heroes gallantly crashed the gate, if fl? ' ,X faculty cut on students, and many a fair damsel's shoes were spoiled to the sooth- . P gi' ing strains of "Sleepy Time Gal". The floor cleared somewhat as the moon and gl 'W l the enticing beauty of the golf course called some couples who "didn't like the band, anyway." Gradually the music waxed hotter, the dance speeded up, till, ,ggi ' H with a snort of finality from the bass horn, the Frolic was over. And '29 rested I their aching feet, unused to the social whirl, and congratulated lim Galloway on if.--3 Q XQSQQ the S150 profit. l 5 E Sporadic fights, a few riding parties into the hinterland, a very little paddling, l untold deeds of valor on the Sigma Delt lawn, and Nioving Up Day came. 1 ,gli lg f 1 bill 555.415 l 'ali 'wi 5 6-fi . X-fi X i ,QQN A -'wx . I, l ,Tilt.EI1'ii1iL'I.'Z.ZS.L'L.lQ... ..- . o . W... 1 ii' "". L' 1" ..'.. l'TT'ilLT11.3llL! -iizst ""o . "" 1r'- 1 f X' ,,,, 15, 3,-a,,g141g ,,-, '-gpg:-,,1,g33g,,g3,1,f3 gg, gg iii' if px . 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With an hysterical cheer the new class- mates started their march to the Campus while the Sophomores, with fitting dignity hurled harsh epithet and crude invective at them, Lewis Reed, the Scotts- ville Adonis, leading all the rest with his stentorian roar of "Foul Bones." Five hours of dismal waiting in the old Theta Chi House, punctuated by moments of restless sleep and sudden wakening before lValt Sullivan yelled "Let's go!" and '29 marched again in battle array. The clash came in front of the gym, and the two classes rolled and writhed for an hour with nothing but skinned elbows to show for it. At quarter to seven, the windows of Eastman blossomed like the lily with '29's procs as lves Buck and Sam Nlagarigal ended their night's vigil with the paste pots. Dismayed roars of "Dirty Trick" from '30, jubilant roars of "Clever Trick" from '29 showed once more that its all in the point of view, and Teute, Bleyler, Landon, Zornow, and Sullivan did a "Douglas F airbanks" up the sgde of the Gym to wage battle on the rooftops while peeling off the brazen placards o '50. A day of general fog with professors' opening entertainment going unappre- ciated, and '29 athered around a greased pole. Crates of unseasonable veget- ables and eggs ci-ew laughs from the crowd of East High co-eds, factory hands, and upperclassmen, and a vague roar from the opposite end of the Circle told that '50 once more marched. "Let'er march, "said '29, and judiciously grasped an egg. The whistle shrilled, and the Frosh gallo ed in, running the odorous barrage. The reased pole swayed back and forth witifi its defenders, and a hardy Frosh paceg over the heads of his class mates, grasped a gob of grease with faith that a flag was there, and melted into the mass under him, only to becarried bodily out of the limiting circle. '29 lost the Flag Rush fairly though there was quite a stink raised about it. , After the success of Walt Sulliva.n's leadership, Proc Night, we elected that Irish brunette President, with Aus Bleyer, Lute Smeltzer, and Luke Powell, as the other officers. This machine functioned as well as did the first. WVe saw our profs less often this year, wondered less at their omiscience, conceived the idea that we were beginning to know something and still got our '70's. Mid-years came, and as he turned out of the Prince Street Gate for the last time, one ex-classmate was heard to growl savagely, "Where 'nell is that guy that said that the Freshman year was -the hardest?" Football season passed in a spray of mud. Iohnny VVilson continued his fancy running and added tackling to his repertoire while Ted Zornow found out that he could play football and so did R.P.I.' And once in a while the halls of Anderson rang with the chorus of Rochester's Marching song. Kenyon and Metz in basket- ball, Kenyon, Forney and Zornow in baseball played their Sophomore year as regulars. In track Wilson equalled the high jump record and lVletz tied the college record in the Century. nm msmwmm qw asm mm pw mm asm megs maagakiaw my Q 55 .1 fa .fl Ji, .1, :P ll 5 l Y Y? Ge x ,Xl iv .w x. t Q51 .Qc w l ,-,V Q KM yy, N .-:-. , . Aim Lf std 1 ,.,-,,,-.,,,,,. M,,,,.-u.--.,--....i-......--f....,..-..... , f A 1 Efzfgg...::::5'i"T:::"'TILT'1T:::.T:.::tT.L::.TTZ.11LTI-.J -w---- -ff-- Aetiggje----v--1 -----V------A--H'--N ----- Q ff'--'V "" -'-'-'-'-e---'-- 1 .aj l Q, E311 if LN As a class '29 prospered. Don Landon ran the Soph Hop of the age 3 Hughie if - Barrett from 10 till 5 in Dr. Fauver s Crystal Palace Ball Room, Valencia and ff 2, Deep Henderson 3 a wonderful party with a larger and more boisterous refreshment i I line than ever before, and, inappropiately enough, the chaperones ra ther than the dancers in the wrestling room. ' 'TA l And '29 poured up VVater Street to a deserted warehouse to watch Don Landon fi' l scale the fire escape, smash the window, and jump in the midst of the Frosh Trl Banquet just as a sepulchral voice declared, "-This banquet is an unalloyed M it j success!" Shades of the Flag Rush, how that butric acid did smell. A PX ll . 4 . ' - ia A few months laterithe Hotel Richmond lost 110 spoons, 45 knives, 5 ash trays i fp and a rug as '29 ate in Batavia with Ted Zornow chairman. Don Landon told Ti f . jokes and introduced the speakers. The Faculty Trio QGale, Campbell, and Nlayj ' li Q21 sang not too well but wisely, and the F rosh vindictively searched the towns of it Geneseo and Canandaigua. p ff 1" ' ' . Ne. fl A few months after lVlid Years, we looked at each other in empty, helpless des- fb Q pair, spoke conventional bromides, and, in self-defense pitied Rig NVile and ...X gl Iimmie Derr, whom we smugly thought had looked too far beyond the curtain ps' g of life's mysteries. Then from the confusion of shifting viewpoints and mental Q questioning that followed, Dean Hoeing's voice emerged, clear and unfaltering, X35 , Q giving a finite standard as, he said, "Donlt commit an irrevocable act until you 'EQ l have consulted an older advisor." And '29 breathed a sigh of relief as he returned i J 1 to normal. if' Ng! Q Came a fair day when Mr. Rohr and his skirmish line marched out, put heavy ffjl chains across the open gates of our Campus, barred the iron gates shut, and '29 ff, fl felt caught up in the swirl and bustle of progress and change. And at the same Pig time a truck was purchased, ,pastured in back of Reynolds, and Sibley Hall grew -'Rl alarmingly close to College Avenue. Truly an epoch of innovation. I , , , . 'xi-, fel t And '29, not to be outdone, naxvely decided to enforce traditions, and many Qt Q the Freshman blushed pink as he was meted out punishment for'h1s transgressions. A f-N' Rides to YVebster, Forest Lawn, Scottsville, South Byron, Pittsford and other ,gi ggfxl homes of great men became daily occurences to the Frosh who in those places imbibed at the fountain head whence sprang the wisdom of their betters. The xg: last week of college brought sudden activity. -The night before Nloving Up Day 'jg ,fjl class spirit burst into full glory just west of Sibley Hall. Frosh and fish oil were ,, 5 too much for '29, outnumbered by the -lusty opponents, he wrxthed on the ground, fish oil in his nose, Frosh on his legs, ropes on his arms, and naughty words on his '-,ai ,xl tongue. Gargantuan roars, grass burns, gravel neatly embedded in bare backs if two cracked ribs and four shock troops temporarily unconscious, demonstrated lie-, E the sincerity and efficiency of the fighters. But '29 lost. A large .Sophomore limped TM' home through Rochester's exclusive residential section, wearing a quarter of a Q,.. shirt and less pants. He exulted, "We at least gave them a chance to fight 5 we Q started one traditionf' . - Erstwhile foes met next day, traded seats, and Nloving Up Day was over- Q' 'Four new Rochester songs were sung, and jim Galloway the golden haired tenor led the Ballad of '29 to victory. "And none can shine like '29 In wisdom and in knowledgef, And after going over the hill, or down on Hudson Avenue, or Gregory Street, or ag: take your choice, in conventional celebration, a new Junior late that night blurted tw if' 5 Qt .2 3,55 if iq, K M'b"N QI ' f wp li ,l ----H -Af- - '- f-" A '-f"-- -'f:i::1:g7'-:.'1':.::.:'l'.l':ifZiI::iLfTf ef----'----f-Y -- -'-'- ww--3:-':::3i::7::':'f3:i:t::r:::::L.Kl- fi Q5Q,x'53fiQSl2fW5 fail Ei. Q- 'l "?E?'fSig,7 "i5tf fi e EL if ,-j.-.:g.. . i.. ' ...Q N' A is 9? If c x"i.f..Tif9 ' l M 1, A M' ' ' 'I .. - 54 ' 'B A K, wy---kn- Wmrvfmw- , , , ,. if .,--iw.-- ..,.,-,. -,..-,-...-, ,... -. ..,,-..e- ...,...,,....,. 5. -Q3 .uv . -L- fm l 4 5 2 n , w f TE ri.. .1 fm , ' 1 libtfbbi casey wie.-f svmf wwe: ewes Li Q9 eww 9765.9 fmsea wmffea mm 5.f5'23'l1'2,5 W .R I-fgg3g:g:gfgfre:g:,f1,,,,.,,,,, - , ---Y W., '-'--'A ,, i -- Wa? "" :iT:'::.:-:::f-v--Hits':::::g:::r:::::::r:.:t:::zzz-H E I , 1 ig L t gay! h ti 'H y 239 wig . L I 1' ir. i. out with a surprised look, "This year has gone fast 5 to th' k Y ' ' f- ii f Q lkly Gawdl" and rolled over and went to sleep. In We re Juniors now , va A ' I . i A' I -A I H fr Q Ad f fh d his ' ' E my ay or wo o an s a ing in the late September, and 29 was once more a gf fy q class, an upperclass now, looking down benignly on the groveling antics of the :QD underclasses in their proc night and flag rushes. Strange how that look before had seemed smug complacency, while now it plainly was a looked of amused Q fy tolerance. Other fellows hadn't been big enough to get that across, we thought, as li ir.. 5 we cut the combatants loose. Qf fi I W9 Classes were now serious business and to confirm us in that idea, th f lt S3 said, "Unlimited cuts will be allowed to upperclassmen-if they want fo if L5 3 their courses." Compulsory chapel was abolished, and a whole faction of college Q' 2 characters, those who cut chapel for the thrill, lost their one topic of conversation. At last we had-a liberal college, with an infirmary fee. But one unfortunate ii E 3 change came. Lights sprouted about the campus, making what had been before a 4' 5 gi thinkers paradise, a philosophers' retreat from the bright lights of Clinton ll Q92 Avenue, making it as public and proletarian as the F1reman's Ball and much less . i -.v Interesting. lVloreover, lt necessitated dance committees furnishing entertainment 4. 'Tj for intermission, because it would be too light to see the moon. K5 l -r Ted Zornow, tried in running the Soph Banquet, was elected our new president. It l M Hugo Teute became vice-president, Dave Richardson, secretary, and Luke Powell, M l again treasurer. Lute Smeltzer was made editor of this here, now, college annual, 1 Q3 Q and Luke Powell yvas entrusted with the rest of .the class money as business 5 manager. Dave Richardson was elected Prom Chairman, and '29 plans to dance i Kg ip, plpcevgnore, this time in formal clothes, for we're children no longer. fVVho said L 5 If at. k HQ E f' Vile played the games as well as ever, despite the softening environment of y 131 upperclass life: football, basketball, baseball, and track, all had stars from the 5 QS I S, Lanks of 29, and more to the point, all had loyal subs, unknown and unrewarded p y ame. . y , ,., D And at last we have come to the crisis. in our college life. Until now, we have L ! 5 been ruled by tradition, from now on .we rule tradition. Yvhat we do next year S ,, will mould and condition the studentlife on the campus on the bend of the Gene- l 'D see. So far we have assumed responsibility well, leaders have stood out for every 1 l emergency and they have done their work honestly. But so far little need f QS forlleaders aside from class duties had existed. Now leaders for the college, the N Q D University of Rochester, are needed and will come forth, no question of that. The 4' ie only query is whether those men will use their power constructively, sparingly b ig till needed, have Judgement enough to see the -need, and then use it without r reserve, so that the spirit of '29, now hlbernatlng in the various fraternity houses, Q may be turned to the end that Rochester be increasingly meliora. And a year from now, a classmate will say with a startled expression, "Say, Q Q NX these years haye gone fast, I havent t had time to do half what I planned," A small C- 5 number s saying that will be the criterion of our achievement as a class. y :E Hold that line, '29, G R B 5 Q . . . i bs in if J' ii ig y ,f l' f- ' Nhl,i:g::::5ir"A'::::T"""'::r.rSI1:""'""""' 'W"' 'f"" "N" A"' M "" x"""' ' -'-'M'-:,:,::'TtM""' "" :: .1T""'A'.I.'IlLTif""'TSQ1-1l1i1fJlil7iflfl"---N ' "Hi l 3 Qqjfpfzg fQfmf'nf.z3ammeww many , agsamgimrmgewqjfjaze.weazga 4-gg? 55 it if .i I i x 4 l 1 i S I . 5 i Q i i ,Xxx ,N ,, if x i w 5 ,cv . fo .f 'f N'Lx.?-,g,.,,,Q,-,N.,,,,,--,-M-, M,W,-N,,,,,,,.,-,.s,-j,.,-,,.,,,,d.,,.n,,,-., ,.,,,, ' Q. A N i "X mi M 'V "i.5:T',' ijfmfiif' iffT?Qig'bi1f?C7Ei3f-Lifflif. Q ,N l '," ' -- ,rn kA,A 'UWM ,wvr--A, Y4,., hw- A,g,, -tim k,,. Aff' '.x. AV, - Qi: xfiill ::iQTQf::,1,'::1'1tf:f:T:Qfflfifi,':.:f1:1Il:f:lflif:fiiA-AM-Mb -i-Aif,-iii? E QZS' ,Q V1 wg 'L .A Il itil ' 'SX A 'vii fe ri '- ARTHUR IAMES MAY .Q Rochester 1 5 l E15 100 Prince Street 1, Art crashed into the limelight early in our Freshman l ,-if Bear with his eulogy of Pennsylvania-e"God's Countryf' 13 if.-' Q' espite his fervent admiration tor that state his speech Y' A ll is not oily, but rather is reminiscent ot a bass 'singer l struggling for low C. He not only gets it but gives it 1 il out regularly. Prominent member of the Soph Club, ,QE but the Frosh never took him for a ride. Iames IS quite ff a grind, but surprised the boys last summer by turning 2, :xx 55' 5 benedict when no one was looking, XVas an after dinner I R singer at the Soph Banquet: rendered, fwork don't Q bother me," but looked quizzical meanwhile.. Aftlicted 3 QA with insatiable intellectual curiosity, so it is easy to talk with him. Only after an hour do we realize that Q J nf Art has talked not but heard much, and those deep ll-.1 lpools of black: his eytes, sparkle quietly as he makes up ,A Rf: is private opinion o us. 3 - Pro Culurardfa. EIlfCl'fHl.lllIl6Ilf Conunifleg, Soplz Ban- ll QV A qua! CEL' I n1parz'1'al 41I'lJl.f8I', Hellenic Council 123. X' , X s ll 1 If 1 fig'--tex-A , ,,,, W A,,,,,, A A, W, 1 s A ' U M HMT' il Y.. '. Aix if . f A .,.. . . f , ,. . M :-' 'R ,W Ai,n Rum'-.Q,jg,f?1gQ. yi' Q Qj.-,s1,Q ,o'., 41- ...o. jLfQ,..1g" gilt-- if X A " K 3 ig! Yi? V l iii Q Zi Qi? ' tn . .ga -' V f fb txt l , A, Q5 5 CARL BURTON ALDEN y Q it Q XVayland .5 A,-Lf y KA, ffm 2 45 Prince Street j is Carl is one ofthe social celebrities ofthe class. Equally QR gm , adept at uwrestlingf' on the mat as on the dance floor. ' ff .Q l After seeing all the "holds" he can apply one feels sorry ' W- WW for some of the girls he takes out. He has a peculiar W HR ffl l mania for collecting girls' photos. He thoroughly enjoys FR' lf delving in the dust-covered volumes of Sibley or com- .9 i piling class records for the administration. Says he lm its af wish? he could sing-so do we. He's the All-American G LJ I Boy cout. .I Q ll GX. Inlercla.r.r 1Vrc.r1l1'ny CI, 2, 3j,' Rfyqe Club QZ, 3,3 Y. JI. C. rl. Cabfnel UL' Y. JI. C. fl. Finance Com- le. A. 3 ' . as mlllec Q31 I . 3' : V.. it .A :Pia 'VS :ma ill! ml! 'iff l fa , HT -c E K - -' , ' 1 , , , '-':::':s r -----W ff -1:11 '1:f:i:1T:1":1, 3 i' I .. :Q - , i. , ,A .A A ,fs . g,:..1,j'i,1. F" ,--it fv, cr... . . , , ..- .yy R, -J---I - -'-- ---A-A -- --,--- --N 56 6, ff lixtiu . X ' i. . X , , . Y -- . 1 4 . 2 M V Mt " mf- 3- . , -'f-Q ., ,W f I 'f: Y 5 ,. -MW: X fr .,1:,,-ffwflz -Tx.1,7H'W 1: H. 1 ...X - , ' if Quiz? tgfl3QfMgf2F3sF lffA'Q41f Lficaq-' Lf, ?fX it CNRQ5 L fv mff in My Q aft if to his-V fQ?Q'i'lS'QC?f ff:r1 f -,,M,,,,W,,,-,W ,4,,,, ,W- AAY,, s,,,,,,,,-,,, ,,N.. ,eff Club v.v , s-. K,A WN- .,.K, ,,,NA.. ., s, ..s. - 4...,.. --s.,.A.-.,....M-...r--,.- .w.. .-w--.-,g-gg-A-gg.--.-W-A-lg, X X gulf A M W- s,w-VY1V., W WWW-H VQVY HM--vw-Ywiwrmu ,,k, .,,,,,w.,,,,,,,, ,,,. -si.i:.gs:,:i,3,,L ,'., g,g,,1:,1gi:1:5,:1:::.11, :.:::g11::::ig11:L:':1:1i:Iq:'x.rr:5::.1'::::i'Lj , G H35 -fl 5 llwl gy E5 .Ji 1 If it I ls. f WILLIAM MCKAY ALLING, IR. F Forest Lawn Q R5 5 .DIP ,QNII Q STHE EN Sis Q5 52155 EM gil SD FU. Clzcnz fcal 15l1gl.l16f'I'l.l1g , . . . . l "Tunney" is a chemist ot parts. Pardonnez-moi, he I . , . ,, . . drives an Essex. ' Bill is said to possess that unknown ' i qualitv called "It" in great abundance. Firmly believes A that Constance Talmadge is the only real lady on the . - silver screen, and lS sai to have written her twice to tell her so. "Bill" says he abhors "war films," because l the language the troopers use is so profane. Dotes on "Ben Hur," and 'x'The King of Kings." Says he will in- l .gt vent a new cure tor diabetes that will put "insulin" off the map. W Ifzicrplv.-' Siu-ff ' l 1 42' 1 l KE Q .-w E U 1 Q 42 435 l' Fl i'Qff aim., l, :X ay X32 VL ,A-5'i,15 Tjyf"rxi5'g'iT:s.s Q r 23 Aix' .ltft"""s""Hr"'--c""'e"''wwf' f,EZ'elisY -f .1 ' H ,ff l -qQ,3A'h:.1:.w:.-was ..a-nw: .::vmfem1-f-f:,e.::n:.u-.'f..1..-...e,v:.:s--kr.. . G X, , T, I , w 5, :f-,-:- -sa .-- , - .:. M , A. .,..,. -. if .r.. .aff ,,, 'E XE. e " 1,-W --Ms---va---M---M--MW-Q.x,-' ,Hx X-sf, ,u,qf1f,f'--M-- aa'- --- ---a -+--e-'f-- M- at-Ma -a'- sf e 4 ,ill Qi Qi,-'wxL"i,,,.x'lQxs..-X lf. 1' fx' Q 'J Qx l 1 QR l wi , Y An. NSN 'ex f' 1 ti 3'9" EVERETT EDYVARD ASHE ,- Unadilla ' 11I'1..f ' 'A 11 Kendrick Hall i Q Z? n n ' f 5 Ashe came to college determined to acquire a llberal Q " d t' . Hi w r t f ult ar m kin r nd slams in CEICHIOII sios a sxe a gga D bridge, and spotting anyone fifteen in handball and then 6 CQ I winning himself. Flay be seen at all hours on the 4 Campus with a load ot books under his arm. Everett is fn -I a product of the great open spaces where men are men 'D and women wish they were. Thinks of going to an avia: QQ ' tion school after college, so he can tram for a hop to the - N wilds of Hammondsport. 3 -5' K4I5K,' Fra.:-I1 Foollmll C155 I'Yl1I'.l'l.Llf Foolball KZJ. Y nh ' .. X' 'I DY li ,, r N v- it Q r 2 'E' ASPN , sss,,, 1 V WMM, ,s,, ,MM ,,s, ,.,.,...., ,,,,,.-.-.---.-. ..,,. -V A..... -..WW ..i-.-,t,f"'S:iN'XV,,,,w,, ,s,, s ,,,A,,,A,, .,-,,,.,., ,..,. - ,,.,Y ,,., . mm.- -M egs. .,v-4-..M..,.-W-g-A..---is l -31' 111 'T' 'i'. 2 T'T'iiL'?'M '-T'F55',Q735fQ7ifiJ-T75 7' ff'-nw " Iilwiil. Q53L"'7'iTL557:1f7"f7'f ..1'i'47Zi3Q'7qQ4f.Al2 -'fi "k-'Y' ' 1--p,1,x',,1v'-4 Q use 15. Eli ri? 1 ii',fQ,5t' ij m.,XfQsf' H Q4 li'--Q lm.: 1, Q wQj,1f., will y?1i-gfrgwykx gills.: 4 N Qffftgyr rs Wal? 9 Q 57 ,V fv- g , s N-,-Ads-,,,eg,..-fi' an -----"W-M--'-"--"M-"W"'i "mp 15-4 " iii 553 , ., . 'x fa-ma . .X ,.f 1- 'fr rs f :f .I Iwi .. .:,' - N5 gf " A IN ft l' 'D K fy, UIQ? - 5 Rf' '-sl- O 2' Mari N., Q I 5 '- "lf A W- -M--..----Q--.W--sxn-g.- A eau- --,- Y---W-e --f-- -'--- --'-A f- - fi.'w,1,:::: I I I r I I .VV , I I I ' I strating "how the impossible can be done I I I Soccer QI, 2, 31 I I I I n I I E , I '1 I 'D fiixg w II ,tff11'i3'iiij"e"fiiTii"fi''fri "" fmemifef' iixifhi' - , f g..l.QQQQlQIQIQi' no QF ik QQ' I W llQlJL',Cil"-,,,f'k7X' IL NIAX ASTRACHAN Rochester flrtr ' W 525 Clifford Avenue I Astrachan knows his math-he always lzclp.r the math I students with their problems, but they can't always I II accept the aid, because the prof:s would get suspicious. N II He and Barber make a great pairg when Max begins to 5 rush the co-eds, .the rest of the college won't have a I chance. Dlax thinks college is a cinch. It's easy to I study and pull down the marks, and The Campus pub- m If lishes anything he writes. i Reporter, Campum UL' i1.r.r1'.r1anl Edilor f2, 3b. x fi fl 1 1 1, ll fl I mm I ill ----- M '---- - '--- --" ---"f - - 3-:gf-'gif' "::5i1 Q, ""T7.1g3 ,,,,,' i::,:i".'iji::i-ihxiix-----A K 5513435 5 zezvrm is ff Q 5 f . Q o ek! 58 Charlie Napoleon All he lacks to fulfill his mc name are the 57 attributes of Bonaparte he alreacls has his failings. It actuallw saves time howex er when xou use little Zipper in a soccer game for he cert'unlx boots that ball. Loves Chem so much and runs so fast on the xx ax to lab that beforetheclassiscallecllittle XX eshashis dawys work done. Has an ax erslon to baseball and 1fS ac companying evils especnalls profamtx He enpoxs a Saturday morning siesta and manages to catch fort5 winks while one of the profs IS busily engaged in demon WT. Froah Bmrlwllzall Frorh Ba relmll Varrilu Bama ball Squad CZJ Inlcrrbzmr Barkcllmll C2 31 Illlerclanr of X iw X-, MX." rx . . ,...f ..,.. -..,..,...,--.,.,.-,....--..,.-,,-.-...,.. .... ......W...-.Y..-lNv .-i..-v..,...- .,. . P I 'fmf -1 V .-N. i ,. f-- ..-s f. f - ,,--Q' fir'-,aft f 1 A ,.. ,N-L., 'fw- 1 Lair 4--f','Tgxj1:fl ,fy QQ. Q-33 Q51 is X :i4'x'i'. n, 5 1 X x ' ,x 1 .. . H. F 7- x-S. - , ,,,,,,,, s 1, ,,,,,,,r,,r,,,, ,. ,. .. rg ,R .fs ,if ., . ., . ,... , ....A. -,, H-, .... ,..,,.-.,, ..... .. - A.v.... ,,- .-,- ....,, -s-..-,..:.,,.1,...-..,.e.r gg! tml' 3 i x I l w i 5 3 i l 2 5 .I 'Q il AI li il , 4 1 s 1 l E 1 X 1 l l l 2 . z + ,I it w I f 1 l i v s vii qv ,l Ql u ly. .X XR x , -Q K Q N 1? CLARK IOTHAM BAKER l Nlemphis, Tenn. ' Afrlm l 65 Prince Street " Iimmie was washed back to these parts when the 'l Nlississippi did its stuff. Our 'andsonre red-head has a 1 A date every nite lll the week, usually uuth the same girl. Q 7 1 The boy from Tenessee with a car trom Pontiac oes 5 ,R not waste much time on the books and his grades show 4 A it. . AA'-IJ. Froxh Foollrall, I?l'0J'll Frolfc Commfllec if ivfx xg? Qi T1 tif Q .9 R zz s,g.i1wf"'-s. :Im 33:5 l ff? K.WiZZ11Q'QTiiiiiigii'ii'TT1ZLigiiiigg11'Ts E35 LSiPilQIlT TLQQQQ141gggpifggg,1Q.,Q:e1..iig1,::'21,g1m:c.s-., X"'i,Q.'1.Qg..,.--.gQlg.gf.Q..Q-.l,lQ.fQf,r.f-Q s,'. ilsfxjb ,gl gps, egg, MLN- -'-- -H -sa-, -,w- s M- .M asaas ' s R-.V-A R Q f--f --' eg lf' zgxlfix tj? ARTHUR CHARLES BALLMAN Corning -If' .Ilt'L'l1l1l1l2'l1l El1gl.lICCI'l'IIg 55 Upton Park W IQ Long years ago Abe Lincoln sailed down the Alississippi on a ratt. Long years later, Art sailed through Roch- I. Q ester on a street car. Gifted with a stentorian voice, -Art may be heard at the rush hour inviting his "fares" to "step this way, Qlease. Lots of room at the X 55-'X other end of the car." Atter .dreaming of using the scholarship cup at the fraternity house as a shaving Rf mug, one afternoon, he fell into a reverie and Studie if:- into the wee sma' 'hours of the night. As a student, 'Cl Art's worst enemies admit that he is a good "street car Connie." BAP. EI1gI.lIfL'I'l'l11I Club. at fl me if? If? f,f'Q ,g':g1:.J.:.i. 5:11135jf'Tiii?:'iEf:'1?.?.Q'FTfg'iIf'ffi''i '-'-' i-ifiiofflibflitiwfifx Xj.1fii1"o'M ' f',.i.Q'.iifi7.1'LV I V, V, x W V. Q A Im k 1, eil fri? Q'5i!?'i3 ,rf ii 5 Qlfgff' fgl512l3'i3 if Qf'fiT.' lflili 3.375 5iiQ.7f.,fQ' 5 ily' if 'Qifpiif F QQ Q- fagiflgltpi 6'QTDf1f5"' ..,....-,..-,.,..-,... ...- -...,.-.-.,-.,...,..-.....--....v..,....,,.,..Y.,-...-..Q,..-... .tu uv J 0 ,,-n ,, ,,,., ,N,,,.,..., ..,,. M,..-.-....- .,.,...... s..V.....-s.-.s.,.-..---A-A,------R-.--v.,l xiRSi-.1"f 59 - f , W ff.e,, ,I ,V , . G F 1 YYXX 'J 5' N ,, .ffirqii Us ..??.f, I2:'5f.T1v .. H. S .1QT-Qi?if-r-?Tg'.f.zg2'f,-N M. 13- gif' so ' 4 "-., . , ., s , 3 v:,3:,fj,Y5i:,f"Cizffsk-:ff Q30 2.3 iii? I c'YQ,ffQ3J4.vwf R,-'51 RQ QQ? k"57Z5l'Q5S Q2C,foF1ss wijgixgig , 'Q' ':i'f'fff1ZATf.'T'WHITQQI''flwlfffffl:'f111:l.1Q'1::'lI:1Q1'Q:l11'::Ql:lA..T:i:s::V:t.Tl-1- Jia' -l -x?.:lll:-:ff.L..2A.-..l.-v: Q.'l2if:ll11lTQ-11-:tt1:Z1t::ff:n2La:? Rv l l 153 Q f QQ". 4 fi if 5 1 xg., 2, . 'cgi- fe L Sf it it SHERBURNE FREDERICK BARBER , ' gf Nunda l slit drhr ji Central Y. Al. C. A. As a ltlathematician, Barber is a good hill jumper. As 3 1' for Plath books, he devours them by the shelf and likes W Q them.. His sole aim in life is to find the fourth dimension, fi and if possible square the circle. He brought a "log 1 :N chain" to college on which to carry his keys. Believes 5 555 Lf the path to knowledgie is hard, so burns the midnight oil pig' .5 to lubricate his thin ing cap. He enlivens every cross- I I 1 country meet by persisting in jumping into every pool gi of water with his mile-high boots. 3 I 955, A! KKDK. Cr0.r.r Cmllllily ff, 31p Ir't'0l'L'I' qf lluf "Rf 3: fi 1 I 3312 f I so H If 5 T 125 ll ' . ' " ii ,Z - il Q :ff .r , ,.,. E .,,.. ,.2i:-if-zibgifs-4113 , , so E E Cf, fl : Qu Q -f '--C1 o.,. .E X --.. . ,.,,. Q Ei, .-... if Tilfik 'Ei if'i,.:.f..Q:QQ.Q.QQQllQQQi1QfQQIifilI:Q-ll.-ii?-lf?1" 1-in -E X' :iff-h...-...... V--,....,...--. .,., ..-MAH .,,- 1 5 tfzjtl ."T?,,,--,,,,,...,,.-,..,,,.s,,,,E,,,,ux9"-' -- i -A Zz az Q: ,19cmU,..Q mfg: . f'-Lf Z l l V R 3 iii M i L A ' 1 , GERALD RICHARD BARRETT 1 Rochester E3 I drlm ,Q L 652 University Avenue A second "Little Lord Fauntleroyf' The quietest and GD 5 most sedate boy on the Campus. l Sings a talsetto , l soprano at Glee Club practice. His timidity and bash- 'D fulness are probably a hangover from hisiboyhood tovvn I x of YVest Xvebster. To keep his mind in touch with Q it cultural things, he took Physics last year, andleven finds B' things to laugh at in his Geology course. Shines at. the '3 If Policeman's Ball. Law is in his blood, and he thinks strongly of going in for politics. boy in the realms of W1 men, but a good boy at that. Like Peter Pan, "he s 63 never grown up l-U Nvearer of the "green." Q3 QAX, Pro Concorrlia, 9112. Fro.rl1 Foofball UL' I nlqr- vla.rJ Foolball CZJQ Inlramural Baseball f2Jj Dramal1c.r 'Sigh Club ff, 515 Glee Club C2, 5,5 Illfl'dlIllll'lllBc1.fk6fl7llU Uk Inlerprer Slaf UM Prom Comrnlllcc Qi? ' sc' f 5212 e gs- i fm-lf - Xjjrje , ,.. l 1 .s., ,.,,, - N- .s.,. ,,..,L-.,-,E--.-..,, .... .,-,-,.- ..,,, W-. ,... -.-,..,ff1,m ,.,W,.d,--- ,-M-w,,,VAR-mm ,V,, sHu,,M,Mm,Y,, Am, J .E sss" smrfi'i""'x' ".ZI'1'?"'I' "A" 5 '1il'T"? Wi M'mrs?""7f:'if""ff1f"f'"i2'izi1"'ffr':"i1:s'i: iivgxf- 1 I 121 f ' at X ii, . V. l,.,..,..-,.,...sY.,-....,E,..,.s,.....H.........Y....................-,i..................,,...N-... .s..i Cu ,V Rf.. .t.. ff 60 f:f"?1lI5X'L r fi , 'iC"Mf-f""-rf-'iw-T"M" in 'sf .--x W. 'i .J 3 1 ,1 .4- J. X i 1 ,gi V A .N A waggafv afoememevawes tenses wma wmwmw wma wma EF2:.:-- -1- -zfrrf -- , , - " 1 ,,., -1 ,x..:-- 5,3-, A V ---.-.Tg,,..-Ti:-fr -Yi"'T"'ZllL...ZT,I'l"', ,.., ,:f:.::......4.....:TE 5 .eil ' if Pr 2 Elk? i E9 il if 1151 H or 565, Q! C3 1 ' . N 5? ls: al ff EQ ISADORE GEORGE BERGER 5439 Q gf Rochester 2 i JPIJ I 10 Grant Street fl M Cl lsaclore is the Varsity's "Big Business Plan." He's al- 2 fb ways around when thereis some profitable deal being 4 made. Savs we ought to have a Business School. so the i 9. Q27 boys could get hot tips on how to get rich quick, Not 1 Qi averse to feminine company, but prefers to keep com- anv with one good girl, to running around with a I I P w . . i 'V I different girl every night. Says the man who could buy W tw some of the instructors for what they are worth, and , "" ' 2 sell them for what they thinlx they are worth, would roll l E5 ' ' lth. .-' gp ,Q 'Q lf G, 2 D' . N, ,Q i Q51 l tw we , ir- ,Q5 Mi QQ g , ,L Ee V f Wifi ' Am l 'fi 'T.Xf"'N -"xf"e "N ski' -1.i N3"i,f:?A..,--.,,.,..s,..-.-,m-,,.N .,.V.,, M ,,,i., ,,i-Mgl. ig ffx I .3 Erif-mms.-:.m:f1,:-I-,ef-.amexfi-w-mw-m..-m-mme.-cyagx E3 if 3' ,Q-1ffg2w,m,,,1,,,,,w,, am m,,,.:,M,.,,N,,, H, -We-4'-ierm"-'---far t Rs if VU Q,,,:3' I .... 5 I kg-,,. I ,-LX , 1 ig.. l flflf 7 5 X ' "lv l I , 4? ig gifs X3 X i mi, , 3395 gif' Q MILTON SCHOOLER BERDIAN l Rochester -45 flrhr llli'-f fr xi - ffl 122 Iewel Street N P23 "Tocldles" is a man of the world and well up on the llvii j QQ latest in jazz music. ls a member of the Hod Carriers' il 1 P' l "' Union, which fits him to a UT." He tells people he is, at if I gl any rate. Is head over heels in love with a dizzy blonde, i 1 but fears that his rival will get the better of him. His Q' ' EX sterling manly qualities, however, should stand him in il , rt' good stead in winning the favor of his beloved. Vtlhile Q: li' I ey women and wine may have grown weaker. song will ever ll retain its power to charm the savage breast, Nlilton - Q opines. gl ,Q l Inz'ramural Bamkclball C2Jf In1erclnir,r Bm-kclball CZJJ is 1 'gl Varmify Baxkclball c3Dj Wearer qf llu: UR." git? I? sf sill i 5 li 3? ny to 55? Ng: elsif l 5 ii X -'-'M -"" rv -'-H "Wm" 'W'A"""'s"' ""' ""'11ff11'1IAf,IQQ.',1l..,,lQ-IfIlI.1'f"f: f'--,.. --4-- -y-- ---f ffv- we -'-' - 4- - --f f- ----- -W--H1--s-if--V---fs,"--WNM-'---ff' A '--'i sf 5 , fi! x me si- f rev-J' X-ff 'a.:a.iw 1 -mai' N 1. 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Views with regret the passing of "The Old- fashioned Girl," but consoles himself with reading "Nell Blakely at School," in the Campfire-Girl Series. Is said to have a hanlcering to go to Hollywood. One Buffalo photographer told him he would "screen well." Yvould sooner go to the movies than eat. I n lerprex Staff C31 . , x .rw , , K .- X. i " ,N ' ' X 1' ' ,mfs ' 4 Nl- -...,..--1.....-....u-..vA....,....,-......-.I fc, xp kfiivq-04 'f'Eg'LxglfxQ-...-.-W..-----M,--.A-g------------if-X ,fizasw-fsmL..,.w,., me .m,.i,...1.wir-vm-ms-mfrevmi,I 5 6-X323,.meefi.,i,me-,I-mmamf,-Q-mwmm1.,.mswsm.,,- QQ? w.,sg..--...- -.M-..4.-.....-..a...--.-.--... ish. A, RQ, xx 'guide afig9--'------------------f--M--'------ I X X. s C sw 1, Q 1, ., xv: w , -ew kiln PETER AUSTIN BLEYLER Rochester Aiffll' 1387 Dewey Avenue "Now as for you Lord Salisbury"--Pete may not be lucky in love, but he sure ioes at other things with hammer and tongs and ma es good. He rates high scholastically, on the football squad, Campus, class affairs, and at the Deke House. YVe are all proud of Aus and wish him the best. He is one of the four horsemen. Guest soloist, Le Roy concert. AKE, XP, QUE, llltflldl-L'l1l1fJ', AP. Fro.rlz Foofball Ulf FI'0.fl1 Bmrlcelball UIQ Fro.rh Bawelmll UL' Banquez' Cbm- frzillcc fl, 2j,- Rcpvrfer, Carnpuw Cljg d.r.raciale Edifor Q2jg Ncw.rEd1'lor CZ, 3J,' Secrclary of Sludentr' d.r.roc1'afz'on QQ,- Boara' of Control Ulf Var-.riiy Foolball CSM Ph1'll1'p.r groplky C32 .-1.r.r1',rIa11l Edflor of Inlerprw, UL' W'earcr of fi IP. Q s i 2 s i l, i K . 1 4, l if li Q . . ,X la lr NN l, x. Is Q x ,KN . X i efx gui V gi , . 5 1 3 : p . fi ll w ll l i li 1 4 ij I , lin ,, W, Q 1 42 la, Ls si 'C' Q- -2 xi. .tm 5. 5. f Q, . i .ff tm ri! .sr sq lm 5 1. G' 2 Qi iffg if lu ii 91 1, L.: QS Oi if cf 417' ml 5 fi lf, flux Q A el s 5 .-X 5 W .,.ii, M,-,.i,,....,.......,,,,..,.-,.. .... --.We .... ..s.-.-v.,.Y.-...-...,. 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Qi' ll all G1 1 ,3 is E, EARL PHILLIP BOXVERMAN A if ' Victor 65 Prince Street Q I Earl has battled vainly to keep out of the collegiate 5 "spotlight" But the more he tries, the worse he fares. fig ' You can't keep a good man clown, and Earl is such a tg L thorough gentleman that all the Co-eds rave over him. Q11 In spite of this he is always willing to help out the other E Q5 fellow. Q 'p A5111 Iufcl'cla.r.f Foolball QL' Co.rmopol1'z'an Club fl, ' ZL' Darz.rr4'1'llv Sflllffllf Colzfcrcncc CI, 2j,' IllfL'l'.lJl'L'd' Slajf V1 C35- J, 1 Qf ': 1 'QR lx AD' ig Q if 1 -5 .6 1 'I .Q , , UI C9 ls A ' ,-N A A 13' 1 19' y.. W i aw.-. "' Qffib --,,-.-.e...,- ,.-.,, Qx -, r,,.fi,.s,,W.v,L,,,.x.M,.,i,,r..o.1......,m,x e , QQ, X . b ,, wa ' ',.--....--...-......l...,......-.. N new f H lx,-'g5,1...-..,........i--i WX? Qui X ' fu. N fiIW:i:5f' 'T li? I! E15 A lf M v Ni' fl' 1 61 MYER BRAIMAN 9 l: Rochester R l flrhf Q 106 Parsells Avenue QN ' "Snookums" is "Mother's pet and Father's joy." His- tory relates that he carried off all the honors at the EJ I Rochester Baby Show of 1910. Item: that he took the vs l, first prize at the National Baby Show of 1912. His A f cherubic countenance filled the hearts of the Iuclges with .1 1 glee. He's done his level best to live down his past, and 1- ga plans to train for the Olvmpics after. his college days J are over. Naturally the Co-eds love him. "He's' such a WD dear," they simper. Do you blame them? , Senior Blazer Clllllllllliutff? GJ. N, sa :lie J ,Q 10 in 'QU -af' rl fe- Il rj ff X- X ' till l 1 . ,vw,---m,-,,,,,-,-,v..,,-,,-...,..,,-,..----w.--,.,- t.-...... ,M M,-,M-A-,,,,,,, W:'2Q2s'f"f""'f1"'f1 Ae'e ,cifafie Tliww-"i"""'MT-"-' 'FW f?'iir"r"r-ff-f"" X ,f QHVTNN ,fum-1. .n ,N u .1 es. -X 4,,,,x, is fvrw x NQK il rfs6w1,9ILm.mfap"se'w,,'fQff'sf't.,fG?Bm'5iAQ1:R6e. EA f' ggsgmbiullfmilgxxmo 'vhs .ww-t5L'fw79Fq pf 65 ,f-of .- ,TTNWA a,.,..Y,..b Q, L ,:f.."V, . K. m ip kt.. ,k,,,M ,Tk . kk x x K 'X' ,,N.,...'l,5., ,V ,r, x X if E 1 W fx, .s,J.,,ke,w,A . X, . ,, .W fr Q' Ili- . : X YM ..lIfl.Qif.'fflfffl1ff,If"''i'ZfIf,Tf...lf M" "QI, ZLl'1i1l11Z1IL1Z'. ilfjglifflif' HUBERT WINSLOW BROWN Rochester 11I'I.l' ' 40 Epworth Street The original "Buster Brownf .ran.r dog, but endowed with the traditional quota ot mischief. The naughty little boy who dims the lights at house dances. "The harriest of harriers.". Like the Democrats he runs for the sheer sake of running. Hill-and-daler par excellenceg clashes about in running trunks all afternoong works all nightg sleeps all morning: finds Classes most lulling. Recites modern verse with a dialmolic gusto. V GX. I'U'o.rl1 Track flyj Val'.f1'ly Tragic Vnl'.r1'Q1 Cro.r,r Ljflllllflllj Q2, Dj Caplafn-Elec! Cru.r.r LTOUIIIIIII CSL' Uqcarcr of Ilze UR." GEORGE XX lLLIANl BUCHAN Rochester ,.IlCl'l1flIlI.tfl1l EI1glillCCI'l'lI!1 67 Selye Terrace "Call me what instrument you will, though you can fret me, yet you cannot play upon me."- lxalcarpcqrc. Billy is a quiet boy, but don't get on the opposite side of an argument with him, for he is likely to take it more seriously than you. He's getting ready to build things in after life, but in the meantime, he intersperses pleas- ure with business by keeping a rendezvous between each class. He's unsurpassed as a chauffeur, and when he goes down the street, he leaves a line ot swearing drivers behind him. XVait till you see him reform the State Engineering Department. AT. EI1xQl.IlC6l'liI1g Clulwg Track Squad KZ, 31g Dra- lllliflitfo' Clulr 12, 51. 64 ,Q 1 'x Sf' LlIsX?Lo,,-s ,A . L L or A, Y L. .Y , or , ,L L ...x , , and ' ' 4 'E f f- , , - 1-N . f , . fe. , f for M tx- "2 if wh. -rx' fr-A 'X-"Fir ' ff " M frmm .fl . , at - -W ,f .Q f fp fu' My T v 1'fXQa,fi5Qsk3:9 k2f1'QRwK4i1f qgpefis, 5E,,,x.',PgXQ 535-gi, Qigg:f'fs1lf PLL' fx up-' 9, if 3, gif , if "' , .7 " 'UA fx" Tfltfllfff TQTLIZZ.ifIiIf.L."-."'.LL1L.'.ZZQTl Il.f1I'.II:LfIllTffff'.TIIIlfikf -flfl--:'X..':II Q''Lilj.,Ifl,Ijgg1MI.j,Li1"Iif. IT,LIi ." I1 1,55 LU l I "' iv 1 , , 11,-. 1.1 li, ai H vi' 3 QQ : in 2 91 XX? 'I ,e. , 2 Q1 1 ez YJ QQ l i Kal fd. Q3 i I If i rp 1 Q5 65, xD' 3? 1 ,S 1 '31 Pj Nga FU D v. UN I QR' 1 as S 'D 5 D Q D 7 D D D D D U D 'U fr X. KI 4, YVESLEY CA RLOUGH BUCK Rochester drla' . 49 Prince Street Yves is the collegiate prototype of the peg-leg buchan- eer. Three years of football have endowed our blonde hero with a steel knee and an indominatable spirit. Is an ardent Auction enthusiast-has been known to trump his own ace, but that was at the Eastman Dorm. Yves is not afraid of work, so lon as the surroundings are pleasant, in fact, Carlo holcfs down the greatest number of positions on the campus. Young Yvatt never observed escaping steam more closely than Yves heeds the snortings from the radiator of any of his pet flivvers. Came to college with the avowed purpose of studying the humanities and is living up to it. ' Is this the training table? Yvell then, where s Buck?" AKE. Froxlz Foalball UL' l"11r.r1'L11 Foolbnll f2, 31, Frowh Track UL' Intramural Baxlccllvall KZ, 52. 1 1 ataa zaavfwaa ' -IW if re-M---e--ea Swtier-meas-a--fra-M-aaato CLIFFORD IAMES BULL Rochester -Ucclzarzical Eng1'neerfng 166 Nlerriman Street Cliff is one of Nliss Abell's proteges. Lends his skill to the library staff in an effort to improve the service, his idea of "improvement" being prompt attention with minimum of individual effort. Thinks a man should know all about his work. So far he's only read half the library. Is the only man in his Phvsics class who can work a problem backwards and get it right. Coming to college with liberal philosophical views, he has changed considerably, due, so 'tis said, to some "fair" influence. EH-Hl.llC6I'.f' Club. Inicrcla.r,r Handball H21 ,' Iniercla.r.f W'rc.rfl1'l1g 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 l 1 ! W 1 V 5 1 i l 1 l 1 i l 1131 ,, ,gt 'B' 1 i AC' La V , Q, kb, I 'V fe N13 D fs- 'S Q21 1 5' ML ,ATX . X. 1 5, RLY ,Q YS 'Jr 12 L3 Q. 521 32 .gt L 'X x 'Q li. 315 1 VZ? kj. 64 Q ke 3 ii 1? 11 f 5 C 5 Q E l l r ff ,T-'ffffl'-3.37-1if4?w973743 iiffT23if-37l:33:4Til"i:3i2A33" M x ,,::::Tg:"t:ri::i::'?:iEr :ei 'gg:.:igL.g Quia? QQSLMQ G 9,9195 QQQM Rama? ai in 5512 1 gg Qgyqfgyrg ?'1SES3i3f'9?HE9i3 -'Q leinwi awp? avi 'fif' 65 8 . . 7 ,f X I 'Q .. sf I 1 E I i 1 1 si ,I -s i ,, rf A eb M Mm, s ,W s, . - .... ,,..m-e-- ...he Exe: .s , f2.fffwf,a sfifqsw memes ewes e senses reverse eww same www fwzfelig YA-A, g":?f."'Z.'1ZIl.'III1'.'3lLCLlL1Q..'l21T."IZ',I:Z.11TILZ2T,1'Ti"' "TII' " IR 5 :TT ' fi-"""t-'Y Y W "" "" X ,P ! Q3 il W' ' -fi eg q Qu ,J , 1. Q12 M li 22 of 'Y ' ll iw A -ffl HCS fi' l l l 15? 1 l l bb- '95 i 16" l ELTON IOHN BURGETT gig, ki. Honeoye Falls ' 25 :V il 1 drla' 1 ! gl 10 Kendrick Hall Lg El "Al" is a general .handy man about. Kendrick Hall. lf Seems to know a little about everything, and not too lp l much about anything 3 except perhaps Geneseo Normal. ,IQ I gf F ' He guarantees to get dates tor any one who wishes to go 5 I fi. to their dances. avs compared to the house dances, 1 fi'- kgij ll ' they are "petty" alliairs. Intermittently sets feminine f' fji, hearts a-flutter by dropping into -Bliss Abel's silent, H :ff " sepulchral Sanctum. A big fur coat and derby man. gg 1 GX. V a1'J'z'Iy Track Squad f2j,' Cro.r.r C0lll1fIlV ffjg 1 Inlarcla.r.r Track QL' Inlramural Track J fl? if 'QS Nj if ll, SQ if u l lf if-fl I lf 15.1 :rag Qi V-vs. l ,N AVN -X ii ill -...--.,,fEt1,ZS,Tll.,-.,., V-g'?rf:iji, ..,, -- ,,r, - .... , ,,.,,,,,s-..,3g ng ia: Y, c,"-W5 ,. .. ..,.,..,, ij-.. Q! X is '-.e f Hts l -' ' r ggi . ,..,-v..,.f.lv'ki::Y If A ,fini Qi: QL 5.-,N - ..., ....-..--,...., M,w3,"f 5 A rv. Xi,-"Cfe,,,,..f'effe1.: X ' ji 3 H Rf l fi 131' if if -Q' L I sl 'TT' ' i l ffl, l I l l X, A 5, fe- Gi pg. EDMUND ,IOHN BURKE Dansville I Sgt .Ucchanllral EIlgl.IIC8I'l'll.lI li 1-fax I ' 55 Upton Park 1 Q X "lVaren sie je in dem Vaterland gewesen'?" inquired the s M59 I ew ' German Professor, one morning. 1 'ss i i "Sure, In Dansxflllef' replled Burke, whose knowledge of W if I Q ' Berhnese is limited. 1 Burke. traces his ancestry back to that Edmund Burke ' who llved to make llfe miserable for untold English slug. Q- schoolboys, as it were. Nvhere Edmund Burke said: fx: "The march of the human mind is slow," his Dansville I gi descendant boiled it all down into: Hliminy cricketslu ' BAP. Eng1'necr1'ng Club. lllgl fi WTS 2' ' ff lla? ffl xl kj I 1' J? -.ff h Ke, 1 Aix Ei .N , a .. , , W ,, ,. ,A., ,W ..,. - ,.,. .,c,-...fQQZi'N MMMM .,,,. ,MW suv, MM ..,, ...,. A,A,N,,,,, Wg,,,.. ,, vi 'Ki Pi L-f'e-'Iii-Qfgegr'giilrfi 'i ",- QTEITQST217-'iliiiiii L"'i"I37'I'I1"?T2f.lQ1-'4Zf'l Q1ef,'5,1fz"'rffqQ."gfNCTsff1si'i,.ffQ 'J-f':.-Qfze-X-Lf Q Q,. 2QiQff,, ..,,. lfii.l1kllf..i' .VL 1Q"Qf.'f" F 9 E RING" 'Cf army' 51 KE.-2.15-f '-i 5 wiawm' 1' w5Q.s-Us i"w::" -sf 9 ' 66 J 1 Q D D a D rs wawemmvwzwevmemzwwaesu Qsvmowwmwwwwwww fire, , V W S 5 GERALD IOHN BURNS Rochester Arla' 512 Conkey Avenue Scotty is a frequent habitant of the environs ofsibley, but it is his proud assertion that he has never caused lvin Abel discomfort-by drawing out books. Is a confessed woman-hater, asserts that they distract from serious study. Secretly yearns to become a chem prof but will probably content himself with filling Christy Mathewson's shoes, at least Scotty's feet are, in the words of the Dean, no mean feet. Scotty's basketball is a cross section of his personality-he plays a bang-u floor game, breaks up the offense of the opposition, ans is .well satisfied to feed his teammates. "Give me the grip. AKE. Var.r1'ly Baa-kellzall UL' In1!ercla.r,r Bamkellvall f2lg Inlramural Bzwkeillall f2jf Inlramural Bawcball CZL' Vardty Bawelmll UL' Uycarcr of Ilze HR." . ADRIAN BUYSE Oneida drhr 782 East Blain Street "Ad" is an embryonic Biology Prof. Takes his Chem in regular allopathic doses. YVorries about his courses when talking with the bovs, but never pulls down any- thin under 90. Besides, lie's a walking dictionary 5 can ham? out the prettiest bouquet of flowery words on short notice of any man that ever went to U of R Likeable chap. Loves to warble German songs since he made the Glee Club. SAX. Glee C1116 Infrrprew Siaff. ebfeFQX6MC32L3fQCu1fhQGNRQzB BfQQGlfQR63FQi6WF2nQG3KQxG36Q9J 7 .N M- , ' X - , 'MUS X3 ,, -. :MN ,a . -X ' :fe to if X71 N1 X -. 1: x 1 1 I., A g . 3 N . l x , , . f fl N: I 1. 4, li 'jx iigl as for lil 'l url 5: xi, 'E fx F .1 x 7,3 1 " is if .EN if if eg' if f N T. lr L4 1 . ii "Lx . S ni? CEU NU EW :vfxl 5,11 Shi Kiwi .sw 'ug cgi iQ V3 .vs N51 7, Q: E J, 'u.- EP! RQ! fit or 5: Xl Ni 'VN 1 525' Oi 0,1 -nw! up 50-i is l watt? Fw! 5-1: 353411 fixlf .ti IOHN IAMES CAREY Scottsville f1'1'I.r ,-A A A ,X 5. .l,- 55 Strathallan Park F 'il About the only course that lack has enjoyed in college . -fl, was his public speaking, and he has tried to use this on . all other possible occasions. His fierce arguments con- cerning any number oi given subpects have given him the character of a seconc Demosthenes. I AY. Frcxlnnan Foolball UL' Var.rffy Pbolball f2j,' 1 Inlramuml Bawcllall CZJ. -ln ,X ..,..A -, ,E A ,b,,,,blbblb E .,,lA,., . o,,b. E E E. h L: E -Q.QjjL1-.- "gi .,o. 4133 E' iQ1,13T qw href E gg ,im ,.b.. , W"illllilililiilfTjL'1Tigf4'i"' a gig,LV-iLsxK..l,,,'.p.Ssf, U z I Lf :g YI: FN 1 ,P wifi wi 1 .,. ls' 'A KENNETH JUSTICE CHASE H65 Rochester Jlcclxanfcal Eng1'neer1'ng fn 195 Yvellington Avenue "YVhat cloes it matter anvway?" is KEl'l,S motto. He,ll prove it to you, 1tyou'll listen long enough. Only 25 4... got excited once in College, and that was over a "lVIath ' gf problein. Even' then, he refused to admit it. Calls Ell1StClH'Q theories "old stufff' Life's one grand, sweet song to him. Loves to puff his pipe. Savs "a woman is gi lg, only a woman, but a good cigar is a smoke." Shines on gl J'- the tennis court. Q5 AA'-D, Pro Cl?l1C0l'dl.H, 17lend1'c11n1.r. 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Never Q El seen without a girl, save perchance at the baseball field, U ' ghere the "fair onlissn comi merely to admire the Great, Q 5 trong lVlen. Iac is thin ing of getting a secret ry to QQ F take care of his mail. Says he can't keep more that two 3 W' 1 ' dates the same night, and sometimes he gets the hours ' 'fi I mixed. "Say, how about going to Keuka this week?" C Q S Aff? KIIYK. Fro.rh Batrclmll 111: Valxrffy Brwcball 'X 5 qua 2, 31. ' "' it l I X f .J i L I i nf if 1 l , wb 1 Cx- Ai' l if Qi 1 5 G c ' X 5 wc' " ' K EDN ----1----f------e--e-lv D lv ' ' A wvwmmnuumnuu. - fu 13 ..-s.w.,.....-A...-.....:fMnu.:...-lwxmxs-..f,--Awe-1?-M3m'.-+ W Ei W"""m"""'aJ i G 20 . s Eli e l C1 CV! i QQ Qjgi ROY 1. CORRIGAN 'Ml NVest Vilebster 'V J zlrlr E N Q Bill was all set for a Pre-Med course until he learned nl Al IQ that Physics l was prerequisite. Now plans to be a ,LG A plumber and major in pipe courses. Militant interclass 9 rivalistp broke one of his own ribs and several of his 1 opponent in that immortal free-for-all just west'of 'N . Sl l Sibley. Shares half interest in the F1remen's Ball with the other Xvest Nvebster Irishman. Can argue long and touchingly on nothing and do it with less logic than any i 6 G li fi Ei other collegiate competitor. Will graduate with '50 by 1 J . choice this choicej, but couldn't bear to have his picture in with that class, hence the neighboring atrocity. Q Vtlearer ofthe "Green" Cl? . it SAX, Pro Concordzh. FI'6.fl!l71!lIl Football KID: F1-o.rh 49 19 - Fralic Comnzillee KID: Supl: Club Commillee f2j,' Infra- Q ,,, 3 mural Batreball C215 Crzplain qf Infercla.r.r Faollzall Team 1 41 f2j,' College Banquet Commfllec f2J,' Vllqflance Conum'1Ice Gi M32 cglf College dcIiw'fie.r Conmuillee UD. 3 in Q Q' i , 1 it slag i Q Sig i W, i i F? ,f ,. is Q if li ft- Ei f gl 2? i gli '-'flfllfflliel'-Tili --M52 ---'f -Jil--3:-75iii?i 4-iil i NQxX1T.t::::::.1i:1t "" "::T:L.""5't4::" -' "1TifT3li""""'L'I""""'.l'IITL.LL.:L re 'w fam mann ge 9 mein some we we fe? j gems, verse. efevmzs asm new ,-,, ,,.., .,l,,... , ,W - ,. ,.. , V H W 4 - V M, , ,W -,,., 69 Qeffffiiffxr X -1-g,:g31::.:x:::::LTNn- r 'r"-MW". 'L .. , . WL, Dj-f --------H -H-- --1 I fs 'V . 2 ,, . 2. g. . my Mlm lp' Qi "S- . QI sc. l ,rs n 1 ...f . YE 51, , of ' K i I 11 gem' gag ,gm 'Gil 5' lie? f 1.4 CHARLES IOE COWARD if i 13 i South Byron I 1 1 I Arla' I 1 'FN i , 43 Prince Street l ,ex l Chuck sure will make a good doctor: he's always cutting W u . can get you a date with most any girl in the X , "Eorm" and give you her pedigree. This year he is i' Lf- 'QQ giving up general practice and goiniin for specializa- 2 LQ, tion. Has all the unnecessary facts a out Chemistry at Q fv- ' Q7 ' his finger tips. Is now engrossed in concocting a solution E i Q 4 -1 1 to remove rouge from coat lapels. Has kept every med- if A 5 ical school east of the Rockies on the qui viva wondering 5 lay 'Lx which he will attend. He's the first of a long line of ,K A legacies. GX, Pro Concordia. Fmmh Track'fID,' Y. JI. C. 11. 43 Council fl, 2, 3j,- Y. JI. C. A. Finanei11lCqmpa1Q1n 12, 51p 1 'A' Inlerclaaxr Bawcball f2lg Sopll Hop COIllIlIlllC8 QL' Inier- , 3 gl cla.r.r Bafkclball Q, JJ: Bu.rine.f.r Board of I nlerprcf l Q it , Q ' ,J , L if I E ' :' fm .QU is Sffwq A 9, i Q re SiN ECTS 'M . i 25 I fc-, ik x 'Q' . 1.5, e f ,.,W,.,,..,,,,M,.,i,,,,,--,flx Lx 51 W if .,.,,,....,.............-.............- ll Q. WEA he .px 'L' 'veins cf i' fe 5 Ei ff' A 53 E A ski. Q J'-5" Tao , fill 'x .Q A i,-gr P, i CLARK HALL DALE, ffl ' Rochester lr: 15 A Chemical Engineering ll iQ g 419 Nvellington Avenue i il il Clark is the one man in the Class of '29 who came here if g for knowledge. He doesn't smoke, drink, chew, swear, 1: Ie- lgll dance, et, nor play poker. But he does wield a mean if TQ, slide rule. He has been hiding in the Engineerlng Ll- 11 'HM brary of late, lest someone discover he is in col ege. 3 if :Z Grantland Rice has picked him for the All-American l ,gli Croquet team. Buster Keaton's understudy-never I' 23,1 smiles. E GX, Engineering Club. Cn Q. -' 3 W all ' S95 xi f 93 .fy D se if? -., ' . A' l 4 .IE 7:-.:1i':i::p 11::1::g:11.i::::1::.':::::rl::::., .. K . nv- V - V : M n - 1. 74.1 -"LJ f mms verge if mm men .mms 6533 ssaffwgmrm 2 if M525-J'f' 70 gwvsweomvsmfvvwm mmm wma 6.1 C or-,mek wwf xmesifiiwiieess mmf - ig ' 'Z'-T L,Y..Z'l.'..,..... - 'W J N HAROLD ALBERT DECKER Rochester Jleclzanfcal Engineering 669 Flower City Park As a child, Harold Albert demonstrated an avid interest in building blocks and Constructo toys presaging one of the University's potential candidates for a reputable place among the engineering geniuses of the country. Likening our hero to Yvilliam Haines, he bids fair to be America's gift to engineering in conjunction with Herb Hoover. Someday there mav be another flood. Goaded by a fear of being too one-sided, the black-haired Adonis converts the state funds into supplying entertainment for himself as a consort to many a palpitating heart. At other odd moments, fills the role of football player, scrub manager, chief initiation demagogue with equal adeptness. AKE, Engineering Club. Fromlz Foofball flpj Infra- mural Baxcball C115 Swinznzfng UL' Sopll Hop Com- mflfec Q21 . sf ' " JN """"""""""""""""'7 QS "3 Q we --eee A ee-M-Q -+- To - as IAMES MORGAN DERR, IR. Rochester Ari.:- Dicd al Roclmrler, Fclzruary 6, 1927. Ave atque vale, friend of our youth. At sun up we drink a stirru cup to you, then clatter out on the court yard to seek the dusty windin road. The Morning Star melts away into the light of ieaven, even as vour sun has set. logging down the lane our hearts are gladdened by thought of you, friend of our youth. Ave atque vale. em FQXG3f'Q95W?Q,QG3!QQGx9fB25g fv363Q5H33fQ.QG3fQX.G3 may 71 w "WX , 'IT 'TYR-.-, vim F WWFOVNMW' ia Wir- V W N bail-A-W A A 7 1 -131-rg . xi X RAYMOND XVARREN DESMIT Rochester flrltr 1652 Hudson Avenue Ray has been acclaimed as Irondequoit's future "Truck Garden King." Can talk bv the hour of the millions made by the produce highbinders. Says NVallingford was a pilcer beside them. Is hard as nails: has biceps that would put the Village Blacksmith to blush, and send Sandow to the tall timbers. Tobacco is a filthv weed. Coffee and tea, he abhors. Fond of Hemlocli water. Drinks three lasses with each meal. Otherwise perfectly normal. Oli for his years, and beloved by all those who love him. X L. A .-f,--,L 1 . - ,. .. ,W f V3 1 1 h g . -. it vc if-c.,,,,.-rev' A -.. EDXVARD PARK DOYLE Rochester tfl'f.r 218 Dartmouth Street Ted thinks the impecuniosity of the Scotch is unbear- able, and elaborates vociferouslv on the verdancy of the Irish and St. Pat. He reads all En lish literature, but only to criticize it. Ted Call play iasketball, but the game isn"t intellectual, so he reads dime novels and runs around the gym track in his bare feet for exercise. AAID. Ffllifll Foalllall tljj Frofh Bmrkclball CD1 Var- .rily Batrkvllmll QM lfvcarer of Me "Ry" Cylllliflllllll Fl'o.rh Banque! Cljg IllfCl17l'6-I' Slaj' UD. 1 f i, ,..., 4, ,taxa , i A. 72 P 1 i .VL 1.5- 1 X., q..f-'TSTTSXL 1 I I - -ef ,. . .. ....-.. ,,.. ,.,. .,... . , --?LT.:LTg:':1L:1 ..g:'.-.,-.,..s....e. .... -,.-. ............--.-ala-if 1, -..- .. .... -... ,V... .,,. - s.,..,.M-.-..--..,--..+ .V.. ,..,- M W... ,-...----V-...,.----.--E i l 'gi ' Xi 5 fc? ' 1 l J el Q l il is I lL 3 'fl 3 5 1 lib 1 li? h HERBERT ARTHUR EBY gl fit ' Rochester ?g2 l Q! X drI.r 4 3, sf' 557 Grand Avenue le' g 4 "V li Herb delights in startling his chums with unearthly , 'N I 6,22 noises. Has accomplished the counterfeiting of a Klaxon 6 , I L1-.lp to perfection. Finding no better outlet for his talent, if ' 4 he entered the Glee Club in order to be the tambourine K lit' W3 in Fitch's "General Booth." Spends his spare time 5 QQ learning original ways of lsiclsing a soccer ball. Is l li gradually allowing himself to be mveigled into "dates" I " .Q by entegprising Co-eds. Held the checker championship i hey 15 El ot the rooms during his tirst two years. Shows ex- -1' ,V treme dexlterity with it-Ihand of bridge, and delights in Qi 5 in spatting t e osers in eart games. l ...ff C GX. Second Pyize 3'S'opl1o1?orc If.rh1'b1'1:'on c2,j Glcz' ' X: fr. ., lub f2, ijp Inlvrv am ovccr 2, 51. 'Q fv- gilf 5239 Q15 Li J so l lcif 9 li ll 'Q il in we 15 ,V . X ry E' li ,sn Q gf si C. ,.-s,...t,.r A O if N12 Q P .,Afi,2T3T.iiT:iiii,i'gTi1fTTfti'iif felt' pf"rfn'W'1ffif1ftii'2.lIl. if 4? l 5 ii . EV at .g+gg--g4igL1i..gggcfg4Q jpg ,:QQ.,-f,QQQQQnQk- . ,,,j:L!l:i:g5.,: l rf to ef is-ff to use Es 391 f lf l 1 ' l ' . 1 -u - wr- i fs' ffl lQl 2 wi 51 ' 'Tin ii ,ti -as fv f-955 , Qi 4 lf DAVID EICHEN QQ Rochester it p zfrltr ' I l , 814 North Street ' I if Dave is always on the run. lt's either a race to lg, X ' -up Chem or to Biology. He hardly finds time to eat, he's ,4- l so studious. Belxeves that athletics and studies should Q1 ffl' gl not be mixed, sp he neglects s morts for his lectures. K2 Z! Friends have enlightened him anil he knows now that a QW fx home run is not a "faux pas," and that Babe Ruth is not ' Kd, 5 gli a star-gazer. He loves his Profs one and all, and never ' Q5 ' X23 .g cuts a class. Neither does he swear. His ambition in l F3 life is to become judge of a beauty show at Atlantic City. , Gi I W Aj . ' to A f 1- '3 l ,r ' N Q I gf ei la l -YH l F' I Eff 'NN .9 ' ' U . , ur' llln. 2 R' 5 'fx . i fl F . if ' S 5 1 to , .. -W ..,. -- ..... t ..... M--- .... W- ...... .... - ,.,, W ,,,,. o ,,.,.. d R R ' fit' f+2'gf"i2'11fI ',f'fQ.'f'fT'i"' Mgr' .: 's"- ggirf' 'c'f":r'j.,::,fifr "sr 2 g".1i'gi,i.Iff,g 4"' Hitler' figs 2 - wg- X iii' J iXi,jf-X-,lr R H flap S if Qi Hgh' Q ffl 43- J--2155, ' fp 'Qigtf si L liEf:Qj,., :1,QxSQJf is QCNQJXUE? ci ,rj L, , ,-. ..,. c., . H--- ..,.,.. -,,., ..... .,A.,..-.....-....-....-...c...-.-...- ag -. ,NN ,-'iw---Hem, ,,,,,,,,,,4 , ,,4,.W .,,.. ., cc, ,,,.-,,., M,........-,....,., --H.--F.-.... 'Ja 75 1,- A 1 . f N f"1 fy- Q i 3 ,M W , U-.. , if" C A 'P , sm-.. ,, -hw , ..-we gemespfezmea efmewemsei fufzsesafgi XEPSJ wang feg4e,3 2g?m2 mm ig """"""' ' 'M' 'W' ' "" """i' V -" in W' fy 'U V V Y' F-'us' ' WWW' W"v,i'W! 5 ff L3 rig rd. iff? 1, , sph? xx p adv Q-:Bs -. 5' WD GEORGE RGBERT FORNEY if W Daltoxn Alassachusetts ! .im it D l 183 Corwin Road Bob isa close second with his twin, Heydweiller, on 'D - trjtclllissgxgig lZleSrsc'hauIg1.d'il2ese btiys arilgoodlglayi SL . a e o o a own rom e wi fp W New England. "Girls are all right," he says, "but tlisv Q gg, are a lot of bother." Of course, there's that blonde eq! nursel In the spring months, Bob is a great pal of , 9' W Doctor Fauver. Really loves baseball, the national lt' 'D sport. Bv the end of the season, he trains down to five L' Q errors pei- game. Yvorks hard to help the team win. is tg SAX. Frowlx Bzucball Ulf Vanrify Bmreball 12, 3l, K? W'eal'er of fha NR." W il' x Q QQ, .W A fi 33 A A ii is 5E'.,,.,MW.,.,, .f A 4 'T' . Q 4? C1-bj ,.,.r... . rrrrr CSVQQIS M.Mm..:ggf:,'.::.13m.,.,.,.,.:.:2.rs. 529 , ....,...,..s,.,-...,,,.,-,,,,,, X 3 V . V rx QC' X. -K-W 5 1 QD 'V Sf o 0 L' CDA ei 65 b 232 ix K ' 22:5 xi. DH is E IAMES HAMILTON GALLOWAY I 2 Rochester VW . , X ,QQ ,Vim 1543 l 271 Hamilton Street His two s ecially adapted front teeth gained Iames if Hamilton the coveted title of champion spitter of um New York State during his Freshman year. In the role :kj of "Sir Oracle," lim was more illuminating than Pro- 53 fessor YVatkey's Questionaire. Through his shrill and Q1 clear "C'est vous," Iim's place on the varsitv quartette I if is known from here to Chica o and back. Claims that he really likes poetry and otierguacks. Like YVilson, ggi Galloway has visions of amassing great wealth and his ideas on the methods of technique are better than a im' current issue of "New Age" or the "American" "Listen, ig' ' YVilson, can't you keep the lead?" Iim's great effort to ,gl ' have the fair co-eds at a football rouser went by the fy boards. If Hugh Smith could have his way, Iim would YS' I be busy as Activities Manager. 44" ' AKE, Pm Concordia. Quarleile 42, sp, Glue Club 42, sy, 35 Fromlz Fralic Chairman clyj flcfi01'fic.r Jlanager Gly Clam P1176 Chairman UL' Sapll Hop Commifiec f2lg ' Inlramural Baxcball KZ, 3l. Q by F , W 2 , M .:.L...T4..,i,4.:::"...j ,..44..'-.-'..'.'-.'sr.t:.,,,,, . - A V V- -rf: -Y---ii! --- -in -gh A--fmgggglig? ls 'Qi'-A foxes IQJIAA few? :QQGA H5249 9 i ,4 gg msgs fqggw, Q-slats QTQSGE awk KSU? 74 78 i S, l L 1 1 1 1 ., -- Q'-f - W W -....,. - , genes eww emwwsevafzfxee Q!'7c'Q:9fe1 sWf7Z,s'C59 www warm, Vf--fWf'-:--i'-- W - 'W -M H, "W: 1- " sir' -1 ,,,.:'f-"'"--"-r-f'--'----W'--H-"zz-:iff---1::r:,:v .flj - 1 'bi Tv w 9 l G7 5, er CQ it L .45 'N Rm CHARLES CARROLL GIFFORD I Eg, Treadwell 1 5 ffffd' 1 ig: ll Kendrick Hall ND "I have not loved the world, nor the world me: , I have not flattered its rank breath, nor bowed , X To its idolatries a patient knee p ,l Nor curved my cheek to smile, nor cried aloud 1 In worshi of an echo 3 in the crowd D They could not deem me one of such. I stood Among them, but not of themg in a shroud 43 Of thouglits which were not their thoughts and still Hadaonlot filled my mind, which theirs itself subdued." -Childc Haroldj Canfo III. l X The Campus Q11 Cfrculaffon zflnnager UL' Cram Y J Counfly f2, 313 Var.r1'fy Track Qlg Inlcrcla.rJ Track W Inferprca' Sing? UD. 5 i D i A G L so so L M.- efeoeee " ' ' , ..L.-..,.,,.....,.....fJ s Q. f .,...,....,......,..,..m 1 ew iw ,.,,,...s,.,s,s,.,.,c.,,.,......,.s...m....,.?s. , - Y miqg YQ, l-j!f:--i----v---------- 'D RCU "x.J c, tl ' l Q l Q i 39 y wr Q NATHAN RAYMOND GILBERT 5 'Meaina L Arla' 1 'B 55 Strathallan Park tg Many a talent wasted on desert air has come to bloom Yi in luxurious growth in after life. Nate by his un- ' "' obtrusive manner has aided others to distinction. o D casually, one must remark, that he is an inveterate so allv- alwavs on the side of t arac r w ic e Z? SD , , , he ch te h h h brought and has preserved through his three years at college. His distinction among the fair sex is his im- maculate attire, sensible conversation, and rosy red lips. He avers that while Rochester is the greater Uni- ? versity, Nledina blondes can teach him much. "XVhy ,l are you so wonderful?" , 'D AT, KIDK. Illlcrprar Slaf Ulf Var.r1'fy Track CZ, 31. 2 1 Q , Q , 5 s wwe s ,Mos is,os, ssssoo so L ,,,,M2 Wim QMWQM3 mmimmwmm' mmcmmmwgcwinamfmw Kwai' 75 1 ,. .JP ,ei sl. J .. x. i X... .,i fm- ,im ww, A Q - C.,-filplfx .n sf X-.... .. ,, .... -..... -... - ...Q ... A.. ,... -,.,.....,.e --- ,...r 0 i 1 W.. it Rx J '.'A1P..i"f'f',l.ffi' i "QT I.1,'l'Zf.fl'1 'A" '...'f1lllQ..1:'.12:-.Ili-lfQ:i :.T,S'..llx.S PSN -Qfllff fQfQiflfe1f.':L:Q1f:f'if'I1Q'f.f1ff.ILf,.ifIlf:.ffiTff"'PA"'-4Y"U "'P "" "Nuff AA fi? ,:,Qj 'v EQ rpg ' it I -. ' E 5 Mr: P ..'v Q' '- but in ii. 'li ' fl ir f 75.2 if i i G1 fg-R JOHN ADANIS GORGES I tj, Eg Penn Yan i il drlm 'E if ,' il , Q :Tp J! 14 Atlunson Street 1 If "Kid" Gorges learned that Rochester needed men. So gig he forsoolc his native heath to come to the Big City, 1 Cy, 5, leaving a weepy and disconsolate populace behind him. QV' If Loves to drive his trusty ?ort touring car along the AQ 2,5 lake. Dlajors in English. an tell you all about the YQ Victorian Era. Lilies Shaw, and is somewhat of a 4,3 Shavian himself. Thinks of writing his thesis on "Eng- 21, if W- lish Authors Yvrite YVell, but American Authors Yvrite QE Better." Lilies detective stories. Has published a 1 I. monograph on "Perils and Pitfalls of Class Rushes, or f ,Nj Let Us P ay Ping Pong Instead of Having Proc Night." Inief-cla.r.r Soccer UD. 2 ls- ii l I ,ex sv - Q3 I . .gl I ftg, -in li ll fs- fil 1 ig Le E i ri il l fx? I Z .LZ Y, 4 4 .f lf' " rn J' ,-..fs, ' ,gxx ffl. f "'rrr"r'f' X P' ,' 031ix"""""' 'r' "" e' M---W'--:ls ,. :A H i at E If .,.., M ,.s,,, L,s1,,,1 .3 :E K il :.,,.jq .v,Y,,-. ,,,...Q.L.'.c4,.-..e.e Q, ,.,,,-.1v..,.,:-U--a.fT,.g,,,..Legg. it Q Iv ff fl N--'MXTXI'-',. l 'A QF M"AM'm- ""i""',1f sb is X is X V' qi ra hi ye ,! ,523 Tw Is 'E .- .. ,QPU J fl TIE: lie? Eg. In I 0-X V3 1 'fy T il is gifs HORACE IOHN GROVER iff: Skaneateles X Xilij 11 Ffa' X Q, il ll Kendrick Hall QA . - , rf? Horace hails from the sunny shores of Skaneateles, Q ij where they grow 'em big and strong. 'He's alwavs doing 1 5 'fx il the impossible such as singing a rarelnt "Sweet Adelmef' , 1 T! tenor. He's a model youth. His chief dissipation is 1 ld. lg going to the movies nights. Is a Nlath shark. Can tell 2 Ran 3132- vou offhand how many kilometers it is from Anderson ici. 'ij Hall to the Greater University campus. Also knows the E It exact number of feet between Kendrick Hall and the ,i K' Eastman Dorm. Is a walking encyclopedia of facts and S figures. j 'lil F 1'r.5'l Prize, Sophomore E.YlIl.bl.fl'0ll QL' Rmrenbellqel' 4 fl' Prize Gly Intramural Bridge C211 Inframural Handball Pl: -I Q2Ij Inlel'ola.r.r Handball CZ, 35. itlgj ii . t U: ' 53 53 'fy' 'iff-" ak' if QQ3 1 3 . r . 51 It '22 ws' 5 ' K-,g fs. me if E 19 fi f 513 QQ' i- if iriffji-"ig t off QEYQV Q97-f3?T3E'fli3sX,i'.:i1i'::'1:"1'..Q':.if': 13222'LEfejg.iggf:'::i:rtiiiri:g::g,if:,11.i' "T::i1..i X if 5 K V , 5 M, ll' 1 .. in i Fig 1, M:f4lf1'dS Q' '-.lp Q Q ifli Rf' 'fiifffifte rl if iff' E 5 .QQ-ii-l fa 'Q' .QS " fl f iff-1' Iii 76 ,., - M-.- ,,, ,.,,.,,,--,-..,.-.-..-...s,,,A-..,.-,MMM ,css--...-,f2.f t:f7f?N.-:2 ,, . ,K , - it o XJR fx m l , ,, eu v ! . i f W '- ft .1 TX ,- 5. f X' w ,V-X . , ,. . "" " ' """ """""' wzzlfixt N 5-:Tiff fi?ffi'ff.1i'3Q'R25i13f 1if7'T9fEY,i ii"Lfi'i'iii ' iiiif s5,Qfii'i3- Till' ?fi5Lfif:E.fp5 fE1:i7'Ei1?15 X -ffirlxi The 159 I 'lil .l.::lQ1l2-.2 lilL11i1LLIlI1Z.lf1lZ'...II.I.fCLf.fll11'QIl'.L1fIIQLlQ'l,1QSIllll.,3 Fix E ..l,::.:Qilff.V T,-lf' '..:.LL',L. .llllf "'4v :..if.-TQ.Zk.Q.11 f..'f.ffE f' xg' 155 gl Qi I Q gi SAX .iif rf" -' ' Ns Q if .t 1 QNX Q-pd' RAYIVIOND NEPHTALI GUPP if Rochester ,xg .'ll'1'.r ig ' l 45 Rhine Street gl iff Q, Guppy has actedlas referee for many an interclass and Eff? intramural athletic contest. And, sooth to say, he's a li ,i-3, good reteree. He has an athletic mind. His heart is l5 X 'Q V centered on the Gym. That's his new home, by the way. 529' g Loves to listen to the palaver ofthe Big Sweater Nlen. ii if 651, xsays U ot R will be in the Big Four five years from if .33 Q now. Nobody hears much any more about Hale or gi LQ Yarvard. Of course thereis Duke, but then they aren't il X51 rolling the "Bull" in college halls any more. They're 571 shooting xt, ask Guppy, he knows. Q' 13 l KN, Pro Colzcorzlfa. Fluff: Bmrcball t1J,' l'y!1I'J'l.AU Bawe- N ball Squad t2j,' Inlmnzural Bmrlcrllvrzll CZ, 55. ev' V 1. gg, 1 is We il 52 l ls, ,N 3 ,. -51 ' ! sk if 2, fa t Q fc, CQ 5'- uw Y 4, ,Ks ' Qi ,va ggi 'iv 1 ,.-' ygy-'N xp' .A S51 Ny'523Xi11,:g:gg::,?::.QQL1:T.g13g.?"f5f""r?'i?afar.. 55 SE -if N-Mn.-..---.-...--.-.M-...Q1 5- Xf ff s f to 'Q' Q...QQ.,,.QQQ-,QQQeL.,-..QQlgQ.Qw.ff.mm':mi'V' if 'wi L9 la! g sg gg 1 ', J' M3 S' i Q fx E 4-fr ,Q KENNETH OSCAR HAIVILIN C.,- Q9 ' Deposit W f .pl Ar-Ar g U 782 East Blain Street 'l D Ken wasted a year at Kenyon and then dropped in to ' Ni get acquainted with the U of R faculty. Seems to be ' -" able to crash through with good marks, with lots of W D spare time for sleep and recreation. Speaks German so ' 6 XQ.. well the Prof cant understand him. Habitue of the 5 ' Chem Lah. Yvrites regularly to four Deposit, Dames. ca J Yonkers papers please copy. Never gets "het up" over E lv anything. YVears his roommate's ties and sweaters. I TP D Always in demand at the House around quiz time. Knows his stuff. 6 Zi e SAX. Inlranuuwl Ba.-eball f2J,' I1zz'ramural Track t2J,' 1 'U Ilzfcrclam Soccer' UL' Inlcrclamr Track UD. 1 CN . , 1 'lr Q 153 iv C. ED QQ' Q .. : . 9 -gfTii173:3f3775' ""' 'i:l?77:'i"""-'rrifffw 'rlrlir-7 rv?iiZ Zf4.v--'fl'11TZ.1f'l'Z'1'1I52.1ZLTLNIEQiii'?i2i1l'T?Z5?TiIQI'.T.2TIT'LTI.",Z1T3,,i.i3LL'Illgx'53 Rb Q.,'7if9D eg'-253139 Q Xlltiigfkii 2 ew? e fsiabifsfgg 555255 Q ei'-52.203 2 5 2 si-songs gff5gf'.Q if -1,- I I N 5 -1 Ps 3542x215 eerie-f wma wmv UEQUbQ3L QDGU way wmfwzm wwe! wwe A 1? A-'f -:M-'regex-A-'-M-3-2-M----V ---' '---fe f f f f --W--H tw f -f V- -'-f -ff-----f-f-V-f f - f H-J L .E 3 , -if 5 l R f 13 5 w E ,J . XV ILLIAN1 HALE HAVILL L T7 Roehester G , V flrlm f 3 1055 Saint Paul Street fi ,is Q' Smooth has immortalized those famous words: YVine, I B ,l Q lvomen 81 Song. He joined the Glee Club tor two years, , frequented the Dorm, but gave -it xx? in disgust for w 5 Toronto where he could kill two birds a swallow and a cg' fi lark, with one stone. Loves Sosh Holi, but above all, Egj H- delights in joshing the bovs an girls y taking a load G lf.: l' to a dance in his big Paclcarcl, then inurposely leaving Qc, 'gf E-lfeml to freeze while he profaneli cal s the Auto Club. ' ff' e a ways gets his money's wort . , Zi TT, Troubadoum, Jlenrlfvantr. Y. JI. C. J. Council E,-. fl, 2b3J,' tFre.rl3n1an Bamebgl ci, FI'ClJil2I?I?Il-ITI'3yTAbc13f 5 cj 7 - GI flb1,2, ,' Vr.r'l r'- 2f '.i'. -.i. ff 'fl l Dliilii-'c fI.r.r11rlanlt litlvafriclii Jlziiiiger Inierprcw Ulf 'bv gg-ll Junior Prom COI71l7ll.fl68 C31 j Blazer Conunfflec , 5 G ni , '5 if ii will 5! fe ll l - iyll o 252 S 3 rtfx I' .fc-s IZSX-bf..-..Y.? :NX O4 , E tg il ,fsfifmfifm "'i"Ai 7i"7Mf'-"T"f-"ff'7fE5'Xi 'Q-""'7'f'M""m""ff"'-"7'Ti? f xf ' ll 'W' iffjlllllfl111igL.I1Q1jiIffm""i Q53 3 xx QQfili'f...mwff'.....m' mi.iffffQ.m...ml....ix"if:.nfffQiff?Gm' Q! is- t gli kid-'L -1 M, as Ci in l li C-. f v '5 3 Si, Ki 'It lf f ft' 6 is ig 5951 l 1 -ig l 'FI in Q S31 ANDREW FRANCIS HAYNES .sf S Ease iwieredm. it ND f drb' . Q T 18 WVest Avenue Nil if Optimism and hard work help a lot, Andy opines. So .-to it he takes all of the Biology courses, and to clear the cob- il wkebs fri-:Im lhis mind, bcgoes to thleqiglenqssuearly afgd ' ft' ' o ten. e opes to come an . . i write is 64' thesis on ".Why YVe Don't Behave Like Human Beings." l Q3 :Q ig Is much given to theorxzmg on sociological topics. Has I gg told the City Nlanager how to run the citv on a cost G If pllus basis. Thinks he ought to get "the plus" for his 5 a vice. l -j : , s ig W i lit 5 L, F Fw . 'D QE We 'E . Q3 V. it ' ce' 'f.,-::Lrii:i1--,,Z.5g:.::,-..,..,4gL,g7,.:..-s-iii:1:':i'---:.j:::4:L,L .,Tf'wiie1wf WAS fswfssfffi iifsae 5Q15?53i?TQim3l fefw 78 n jmeswmwwwsef-1va"uhf.-:e1e5n'e9Q,q genres- wseswwmwzswwfes wwf 5 J .D i J' .D fx J -A I 4 XVILLIAD1 KARL HEYDYVEILLER ' Rochester f1l'l'.r 369 Seneca Parkway NVillie, or Bill, is the proud owner of the original Blissouri meerschaum. So is his twin Forney. He is a gallant devotee of Terpsichore. His s ecialty is the dreamy waltz. Always gets a hand wgien doing the Charleston. Girls adore driving with him in his big sedan. Not averse to devoting some time to the ac- quirement of culture in collegiate halls. Loves phil- ,,, osophy, psycholo y, and any other subject that calls for Aol deep thinking. Saws wood in the summertime, and ' burns the mi night gas in winter. X SAX. FFOQVII Foafhall Ulf Valxvffly Foolball Syuad fflj 4, Inlramurnl Bawclfall QL' Ir1lcrcla.r.r W'l'v.rIlf1zg fi il i is l st i Q, 'SY an WSW. . , , , V lf., wa, VC.E1Mii.i.v.L.2.1....,,,,,,,...,.., , Q E lx 'D T7 ku 1 Q S TD U Q HENRY GLENN HICKMAN rig Rochester .fl1u.ric N3 28 Upton Park Harry has battled vainly to keep out of the collegiate l spotlight. The more he tries, the worse he fares, bigger ey and better everyday like a circus. Proidlv "29" boasts ig a Hickman: Calyornia, Here I Come. lllusic and the 'JJ' perfect wave in his hair are synonomous. His mark in 'Q thi? world is inevitable. He will set up some musical " mi estones. , lb as T af Q 4-Q YQ Q .D na I ljglg -.?-.Tka-,-.w.-,--T+w.l.?..-..11.L..' -'-- f QD Silas fame. megs se me Hmm mm - R as mem amaze mm fam mm em rs 79 ,M ,I Ji B, 'D E lt ,ll 'Fil ,H DE ffl ..: Nil 'z 'i XE: fl' reel nfl ,es ,ng N ii .Sig W i il ,Vg ll Z! al lli' T! ii I .xi ?. Elf I, Sit l,.' at tai, a in T? , 52 il so mx 1, li' i ED X? Y 3 -.V 7 J ED E5 Gig dx i .l ..,.,., 1 HAROLD HOOK Honeoye Falls 4fl'f.r . 21 Prince Street There are a great many things that might be said about "Hook" For one thing he should make a good politi- cian, for he loves the "babes." They say that Harold got his cross-countrv training in walking home from automobile rides. He surprised himself by passing'a stiff "Psych" test when he was found to have the brain of a fourteen-year-old child. SAE, OHS. Fro.rlz Track C1 jj Soplz Hop Conmzillec t2jg Cro.r.r Counfljy Q, 3j,' l"'a1r'.n-1111 Track Ulf I nlramural Handball f2D,' Inlramural Track I I E ,.,Y.1:,, .. "M 1 Q-gil lr lla Mm- e .-is 5 X, x. , As, l ,N , . -- ., .,,.,,,.-- N, S- EARL IOHN HOVVARD Rochester Chemical Enginccrinlrf 422 Tremont Street Earl is rated an athlete, lover, hilosopher and wit. Sophisticated, to boot. Athletically he is micldling in everything, but out of respect for Dr. Fauver in his gym courses, displayeda predilection for handball. Al- though fond of sardines, he is not sardonic. Agrees with Socrates that the beginning of wisdom is ig- norance. Ergo, he devotes considerable spare time to cogitating cryptic utterances that will impress the Profs with the magnitude of his learning. Leave it to Earl to "get by." BAP, Pro COIlCt7I'dl'd, Erzgfncerfng Club. Frowlz Track CIL' Illferclaazr Trark ffl.: SUPII Hop Conzmfilee Q22 I nframural Barrkcllzall CZJ . FV! H l , HX w K? Hel Di xp 5 gpg ',Q--Q A iiilif:i:'15:Zi:'1'i:S1:::::i.::g:i'i:5:"5'1 "" in."I,"Qlfffiffl'1f.f,I j':':i1g::' ' 1" ggggfif 1-fy. 1:3 N f-X -if -X H -.NA 'H fr f' me gl ,-V WL- g'2.Q,LA,L-" " I gi' pf 1 1, 'sig' L.,f-.3 i3 2' X-lQ'ffX2 Q' ,SKK K il 1 l --.-....-.,..,..i,.,,,,s, ,gm a. ' - V,.,,,,, M,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,, ,..,,,.....v.- A..-.,e,-s.--V.1--4---- --N ,xx 1 ,..,,.. we-a+"'f 80 ' x , N.NL ,W vii Q.. 4, s L-'SCQ3-xx? s - . .4 EQ ! ITS E5giTgi2R?gggQ2 'f"ul ' "' 'LQ IIIllfif7i'ffT""ffffffff.'::fT.ff.l.1i..1 ' Yv' P- '4T.3iTl:1:'T:'lT.Z::flQT:.::::l:1i'.- fl, I 1-xfihf. QM- ' C21LTILZ.'12Z1LlZ.lLii,LZQI, h' "l"":i 'll' QV ' if l 551' lil fs, lg WX Q EW if E is 5 E lil lf' :Qi MILTON ALFRED HUGGETT :fir 5 Rochester Q rg I drla' ff ' 255 Lark Street lo, 'GD When Milt came to college, he decided not to push him- ' Q . self forward. How well he succeeded we leave to youl S ' L5 l Falling under the egis of Bliss Abel and Herr Phinney f' 4' in his freshman year, he has never been the same since. Q Q5 Can reproduce that famous rat-tap-tap with his pencil at P3 so that even library mice halt in their tracks. His Q3 bowed pince-nez so adds to his authoritv that Freshmen I Cs often stand abashed before the desk behind which he is K, ' 17 enthroned. Occasionally he reverts to his former human we Q state and slips up on a fine, thus proving that beyond Qi Q doubt, the inborn power of his personality has not been .D extinguished by the rigors of library training. .5 L K 1 BAP. Inz'erprc.r Sfajf UD. ,o l K V wal Q, -Q ,aw Q r m I f 3 f . 5 Qi 'SN H .-vs Q? l 'X - - Qi r J N H-.---.,,,,- i fr 22 as fe' YQ ,i Q ... gr-, , ,,,,,,, . . ' .' ww V 4' M qt, s EQ' Q22-13 JJ GX Q 'Pi Q f if ,1- 3 S: .D LZ f f, , AQ KENNETH MULLIE INGISON K Sodus l 5 , .D drla' C. ll I7 D fi D U D 'D 25 Prince Street He hails from Sodus-"the Big Farm Country." Ken managed to survive his freshman and sophomore vears before college life got him. Once he was called 7'The Perfect Gentleman." Now he smokes, and doesn't even prefer blondes! Acts as contact man between Sigma Delft House and Eastman Dorm, dividing his' time between both places. His fondest hope and keenest desire is to become principal of a country school some day. Mullie is willing to start at the bottom and work his way up. It's too late, girls g he's already spoken for. SAE, Pro Concordia, QUE, KCDK. Track CI, 25, Fro.rlz Frolfc Commflfcc fljg Inlcl'prc.r Board Q 6 E C C Q Q 'CE EQ Q2 M J 1 -N Qc. cv f? Nigga if ttwivpi-:oMf5?q,x Q,,Q7gQ5fsE.Xfs"vx'1n.5l,,5f5x,N1,XcS' not an Qky Jai, HN! 81 ,.-.,. x ,-., Q fits, rv W . .wi .Y fn 11,--,,,, 1 . .- .w, . ...s-X4-g i ' t -tx Z' , 1 I C . 3 1- AX-'f'a"C x xi K .X- THONlAS IOSEPH IACKSON Rochester drla- 502 Glenwood Avenue Tommy spends his nights on the street cars in the role of ski per, sleeps through his classes, and amuses the Delies at dinner table with his abilitv as a raconteur. In the afternoon, he hits the line with every bit of his 110 pounds. VVhat a life, vouchsafes Tommy. Yvhen he's feelin good, so are we. Mite is the wise cracker of the footbai squad-even the coach can't keep him from popping out of turn. The coach thinks he's a lvulwark on the defense, Tom thinks l1e's the best ball-carrier on the squad. AKE. Vanrizfu Foofball C2, 3J,' I n1'f'an1ural Bmrclzall C2j,' Baweball C215 W'cnrcr qf Ilze HR." XVILBUR ANDRENV KENYON Spencerport 11l'I.1' 49 Prince Street . Cap, the captain-elect of the varsity quint, performs his perfunctory duties on the court and diamond with the nonchalance of a hlurad imbiber. He never really gets flustered, it is all put on for the effect. His is not an invective wit, but rather an urbane one. No, Cap is not collecting dolls and baby carriages. On the surface, no one would suspect that Cap has been exposed to a course in Religion, but alack, too true. In the daytime Honest Andy dispenses at a local gas garden, and the night-time is all his own. Devotee of study. "YVe'll take 'em, two set-ups this week, Alfred and Syracuse." AKE. Fl'0iFll Bamclvall CID, Bawkefbal! Cllr Var.rify Bzwkefball C2, 311 Var.r1'Lv Baircbnll C2, 35: Capfafn-elccl Var.f1'fy Baerkelhall C313 W'carer Qf the UR." C A e c c e.s, A i.., . A: V .M . V- -- fr M- fx , +C- -,,,- A f Q. - . " ff v- V, .y :ii w f M ' -C , i ,i , xnxx Wi X. f ffl E X R C -,M ,,,i ,,,.,,.,,M, ,,., ,,,-,-W., ,..,, ,.. ,....., E,-Q ,."' 82 I I 1. W, ll y. 2 ,Qfffagifl-Dtx?,,w. - - ..-,- .,.-. X 1 ,' . ., ,la y . X X .I . "T .QIDTQQTI-.......Y ,.'fl:f:Llil:.lff.I,lf1:l,11.',:ffff,1:iQ.liQL.-fQi.1::l,Tl:11'l:TQ,:1.J..gfI 1.1.4 llfifl lil 'f.f.i..l.:-..lQ.11Q1l'..I.Lfl:, Q ff,'.,f .lIL1'1T.l2,Z..iIl".'I ' . i. .f ",' , '-f' ,f.f:.flIi.fffTfi J I I if Lai 1 5 I, 5 S, E ' R ll I MXN fi Q N ! i A I gi' FREDERICK WILLIAM KIETZMAN . Akron t zlrlw I A AN 20 Birch Crescent fi i "Der grosse Deutsche Professor!" Had an .attack of 155. . brain tever when a child. Doctors warned him not to I Q overstudy. He's taking their advice. Is strong for 5 y' German and Science. Can conjugate the irregular verbs in , , in his sleep and knows all the idiociescof the tongue. 3 Nothing better than sauerkraut and hverwurst, says Fred. B ' way of diversion, he goes to Keitlfs. Says he I lf' 'fgt enjovs the movies, hut always goes to sleep after the Q' l vaudeville. Is a fine "buck and wing" dancer. Thinks Ig x ' some of going on the stage. If ' ' 5 Ki. 2 I ll 1' '1 it ii if 9 .9 SI, al I lv fN .. af-. I 5 Q2 ---.- W- -.--. I. ..-. -.-WW----.e....,f"f!'ffftvilf--.V XXf?11t'QTS'u. .- ..Y. . ..,., M-.. ..,. 1 I,-,V ., A, , . ...,... ..I,, . ., ,,-. QL, X5 3 'F . r fQ1,'1io,., ,.., ,, . V 5 V'fs,,- ,.....,.I 'M 'ggg.g.,.gg1gg,,,. -gy-I gg- it Lg uf A... I ,-,--c.....,-..W-. so 1 M..-fi iii ...,v f'ONQ'7' 1 1- ' Qui Q 1 ' .I ,I lg ,, , M ,Y 1, 1. CHARLES HAROLD KINCAID 2, , Spengerport V H 1 r1.r Q: i D 49 Prince Street I 'K Somebody said run, and run he did to carry the football i across the muddy gridiron and score what will he the ta. Q last touchdown on a Thanksgiving Day game for the I Yellow. The marvel is that Zeke could preserve himself I ' P from injuries, but he had to forego the pleasure of heing W- I, gl a hero and martyr for the cause to give Iohnny Nlurphey a few easy moments in the last Colgate game. Always if LT J was and always will be a nice, big, homely bov, but his 1 fsl . 1 . ire is quenched with difficulty when aroused. Dne hears 5 KL , f of the mighty fine girls from the home town, but Harold l fs'- ' ' lets nothing cramp his style. Has applied for cheer ' leader at the Normal School. "Honest, Mae, I'm not in 1. love." I V 1 3 AKE. Inlcrclmnr Bmrclmll, Bmrkellzall 425i Infra- 'IH it f' Q X mural Baxelzall, Baxkelball CZJQ Vanrilv Foolball Ulf RN Q. Varmffy Bmrkclball H315 W'earcr of flze NR." N l j ggi y C' y he ie s-I wav s 6 db-'E Q wikhf I VQQK is Qs- gg gays? i, gf-may +, K -spggffv Ps QIQCJJ CTQQCSQ eww I 1, Y, -,- .......- ,, W, W-- -- , , , ,YY . . u IW, H ,, ,,,,5g,,,A,,,,,,, tg , . Y ,W ,W af' 85 N-.,m,,-mu s W.-, s he , ef L NJ - ., as ..-- Zge:f2me ffeme,J wsessfweea mmiwafi-era-wg-Qf2:1,agf:jicki S :ff H A55 if 32 t, Q X -al 'gg D E Q , 1,5 M L. D. PERCIVAL KING gf V Rochester 3' rllechanical Engineering ' 57 Brighton Street N b His is "The Voice from the Sky." His is the lire truck falsetto which piles up traffic every Nlonday night at the xv corner of Alexander and Main streets. Does not sport 4' the "Kingly" moustache, but keeps the regal tradition of studiousness. Tell "Perk" a joke, and watch his face beam with amusement, as you answer his question: N "YVhat did the fellow clo that for?" Lionel has -an odd .al streak which shows up only when he's driving his 4 Imperial Kan. Interested in the other sex, but never forgets his studies. HX SAX. d.r.r1'.r1'anf Jlanager QL' Inlramural Swimming ,, 1 c3,j Inlramural Handball KZ, 3lg Irzicrclamr Soccer UL' vu Inlramural Baxeball 1215 Track CZ, 31. Q U Q ! A IC" 65 ..,g,,qE ni.,.s.,.....,..,l....s,.c3,:.:.L.wm.k2l p . in 'Di D D D 'Du D i DONALD AVERY LANDON Rochester Aria- 52 .Devon Road XVhitex throu h his versatile efforts has made a 'X 7 J name tor himsjtl in many ways, He is willing to under- ? take anvthing from writing a aper on "How To Be Happy Though Married" to tlie managing of a new Liberty Loan issue. For all that he gets there, while the D others are thinking it over. He is the boy who has made our parties a success. "Such popularity must be de- ? served." AT, Pro Concordia, QUE, Jlendicantr. Fro.rh Frollc ,D Committee CD5 Soph Hap Chairman f2Dg Varwily Faoi- .D ball Squad KZ, 31. W -O' C aes mzzmfafswwis f. .m.amfswm.s,mfs 84 2 I 1 4 1 I i 5 is rx YfflsxsfiewffsffsfgsasffewWeis wwf' if . ta f is i i i ' " i it i N . cf 1, X 1 it H -fgg 4? i TH , -1" I SIMEON ELI LANDY ' l Rochester -Pl -. Arla' " 12 Kendrick Hall 5 "Sim" is a linguist, and knows how to make love in 53 French, German, .Russian, English, and Volapiik. Q Y itudxes his Chem with a relish. Takes all the advanced rench courses. Has le grand a1r, and his familiar ex- Q pression is "Cherchez la femme." Thinks of studying N1 art in Greenwich Village, with a postgraduate course in 'W Paris. He lives at the hiemorial Art allery, and knows 'N more about art than any Xvebber. Fond of giving advice Q on "How to XVear a Red Necktie with a Tuxedo, and ox Get Away XVith It." J, D i I N mx l , 3 , N C - c f Q3 A, v ' V27 l RG Q Q I I of Ea s Qs J Y gf . 73 ' IOSEPH LEVINE Rochester , it Amir 55 Cleveland Street x l "loc" tries to live up to the reputation of his flying J I namesake. Has soared to great heights in the field of Rhetoric. Some sav he reached Parnassus. Is fond of D Higher Criticism. Has decided to his own satisfaction i that Homer never wrote the Odyssey, Vergil never D l penned the Iliad, Shakespeare never played Shakes- , ' peare. Apart from this, there is nothing wrong with ,D him. Poses as political wiseacre. Says Herbert Hoover ' W or Nlayor "Bill" Thompson will be the next President. D Baptized with Russo at Freshman "Y" Camp. . 3+ at 49 'M M Qmmgowmmmmmmwmm g swmsmf-mmfmfemszmmmwmvc 85 Y. 1 1 W A-M-, -I-Vmvmg ,!'- YNYU----,RJ-A-YA--N-,VAQ,--yu-M-any--A-N-WQ',--""i2gf?X,'3,,- ,,-, RWWAWA-g ,k., W,-it g,,YgY,Y,,V,,,,-,N-warg l f.fiQj?j Quill? :15."Tj.-221.13 iiiffffffffs 5If74fiL5 'UT45'9E.3 lhflfeklxf Qlfff,-E 1551? N J 5 b 'J If :ig ,i1it,::1:T-Iii"5i.,g:'1 '11T11::::,g.:w:14. . ,." L.'Zi'iLLT.2Z4i.'l31"'. ,1' Tij,.:.1,'1',.1i.Z1i5LgiLZ.'...".L:if,1:11Litjiiggp 'N' 'i::1Ti1T:: W x L i 1 1 1 2 y l Q51 1 '1 i XY1 1 1 ROY JOSEPH LINGG i ' -X 1 Rochester 1' Q 1 fir-i.r 31 ' 755 ose h Avenue i , ,R P 1 "No Trumps" Lxngg is the popular candidate tor the it ' honors in extra-curricular activities. Alwavs kee s u . P P 1- 1 1 l A ,X 1. N. . 'X 1 1 -Q 1 , R .5 . N. 1 1511 1551. 1 Q1 21 1 T351 I Q1 Q. IQ, l T 1 YS 1 1131, 1Tl'j .qw if 1 .32 1 :wif ex f?1 -tt? F1 1 -1 1 V 1. 1 3.3 i I .91 1 1 1 '22 1 is 1 X3 1 15 1 i 1 "1 2 -SL' 1 N' 1 RF 1 61 1 fr 1 is 1 Q5 W ,. .W .e...,-. .. ,QA SAMUEL FRANCIS MAGARIGAL New York City Vila! Economfar 49 Prince Street . 1.. I, '51 Q 1. i"gl.f'C'i,f with the times, be it Billiards, Chess, Bridge. Radio, or Haberdashery. Nlourns at the sophistication of the Dfloderns, and will argue by the hour that, "there is a Santa Claus and Prohibition prohibits." Vtlields a wicked paddle on the Genesee. Freshmen had Roy out for crew in his sophomore year. Says he could swim the English channel asleep. Television is his hobby. Tunes in on all the fights. Never missed a Tuesday night radio lecture if he could help it. Dreams of going to Africa to hunt Big Game after he gets his degree. "Roy, Don't Forget Foyle's Nluseumf' Eater-up in the Pie Contest. Iniramural Bridge Ulf Inlerprew Staff Ulf Dm- malica' UD. MX J- 4..- -X f, X . .NA , - ANTYI A 4 ,1 X , 3 "S i infix? if 'Y 'f.'fffff'fff . ifTi'fSfif.ffffQ3-A:-i s , K . ,. , .,. N ,. ,.,.sxy,. . I fgfygf' ' AQ W 1e'1' --'ee-W----if--135 Chief earned his cognomen by aiding in the shadowing work of the Bflac-Turp-Buck defective agency. He is reputed to have a winning way with horses. Summer- time is three month's ecstasy for the none-too-fastidious appetite of the staunch South East Y Man. Came to col ege to prepare for an engineering career, but sub- stituted medicine as his mayor with concentration in catsup. In an effort to metropolitanizeyour fair city, Xavier launched a campai n for renaming the street car lines. Hitch-hiking in the dead of Xvinter holds a promi- nent date on the Ilflagari al calendar. Radio expert and Auction coach in the hai of DKE. "Stopl W'hat time is it.' AKE. 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' sa I5 ' if 3 l la V G Q l rs il 'E 'T l YVILLIAM GORDON IWAGONVAN K" Rochester if Q Y U JFL1' x ii Q . f' ll 349 Genesee Street y lg ' The ori?inal Yvhite Collar Man from the Great Neck. Q Asha chi d, he was quiet and unassuming. Fond mothers ' 1 - ,.- ' 3 flux pointed him out as an example of an adorable child. Is Q 'fr Q Q trying to live up to his reputation. Reads all Dorothy A. 3 ', 1 Dix and Beatrice Fairfax features to get pointers for his p 'fi' A F daily conduct. By way of variety he enjoys "College ig., I E 'lf' Humor." Has made a special study of Higher Criticism. , -A g Agrees with Iohn Erskine that Cain married his sister 'Qs 5 XC, because he had no one else to espouse. Thinks of writing 3 .15 E QA a book on "Life in the Garden of Eden." i Ll 's -y x ilif Q in E! KW ff' l fe-P I gi 1 l 5 rg, E: , ig ea Q if ls 'N I -5 f--- -3, rx,-N it I Q5,1,M,,,,,.,,, -, ,W....,-,f'fgrxgf ,QAQPQCQ ..... C .i.., . b 5 ..., -1rg+,1s1 .i:.yr.l:f:a,- si. N' if jf, ff I+? A wfffve-an--eff ae-1 -1 as-f-f.-,ws-,.. -... . P.-we X-f sigffee 1 ft' iii' f.,.-.--W--.-as -M .--a. -vie -Mal? ,gli -hai - eaekae A eev- A 2 i 3,1 1 QQ --:rin .glwmvg 0 "N . Vi- i 15-5 Ulf, 3 Eiff- E Ps 135 - 4 F: , W5 , is l VINCENT HARRIS IWALONEY Rochester S Q z1rl.r ig ' 'TX 541 Berkeley Street l . .J . . . . . . . Q Nlaloney has carried the spirit of "Nil Admxrarf' to its l ,1- E iii ultimate meaning. He refrains from waxing enthusiastic 2 QQ- gf' over an 'thing, be it a beautiful sunset or a chestnut- - 'wp haired C0-ed. Nvomen are all right in their way, he 2 G 5 says, but he doesn't like their ways. Even Doctor 51 5 5-.I F auver has failed to arouse him from his lethargy. Q99 2 s-- "Vin" has lots of class sfririt, however, and never fails to 1 XL' Y ji take a part in the socia life of the College. His friends l QQ, confidently Predict that he will rank high among the l dx world's lnte ligentsia. l x ssl AAYID. 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Very fond of stepping bill lv- 'l out, and there are few dances that he misses. English ,y ' 553 literature intrigues hun, and he is ready and willing at pf' 1 ig all times to argue that Bacon might! could, should, g ...Q Q would have wrltten Shakespeare. Blll is tond ot cards, lg, 2 12 and would sooner play a hand of bridge than listen to -if iff. gi the best lecture on the camp-us. Keeps the pheasants .ff I if ' Q under control in the fall even if he mlsses a class or two. lf! f' Il I1 Says it makes him forget his troubles. Coming from a Normal town, he is normal lll pretty nearly everything. 93 TY. Pro Concordia, SHE, x1IEI1tZ'l2'llllI'J'. dazrzirlanl ff Q1 1-7IanagerC2D,' Fro.rlz Baseball, Bmrkclball Clk In1ercla.r.f gl Soccer C2, SL' Y. JI. C. fl. Calrlnci Uk Intramural QQ Bamclrall CEL- Im'crpre.r Slaj CSD. Ak Q! V.. Kel l i ' ,wx gg J'- : 1 gf Us I U Q I Qi iff, 2 fix I 's."5j1.f""" r ,, gf fi A ff 1' so 'f'iT.i1igz' 4. X' 1 c ii it or 'T "fi'ffiii.ii'ii . . if-1 N f " fi, - ----. --if 1 :X A5 N.. ffl- M.--w---------v-m----0-V-we--Ni'N' is" Mill 1 V cj 1 .-no Keir, 3 , 'fm ff .V K., ! i Lf. ill : FREENIAN LAIWUNT NICNALL xx if 5 Medina X-rf K flrz'.r 782 East Blain Street EQ NVho is that big, handsome man? 'YVaves of romance tif. ij g and admiration well up in eliergi IDZllg?Il,S lfleazrtims Qllac is .mf ' ' Q. , passes by. He rea y can t ame ort a . er aps rg, , he acquired it at Amherst. Mac says he came to college K5 1 to get an education, and doesn't care a rap about Hlgh .5-fx 13,93 Society stuff. Takes Chem as an elective, and gets 90 s. iff Objects to morning classes 3 says they cut llltp his sleep. 4 'B - Always around in time for a few hands of brldge before lunch. Still out for football. Shines as dance promoter. 6 S 5 QAX. Fro.rh Football C175 Clzalrman Cla.r.r Pipe Com- A e nzffiee C135 Var.f1'Iy Foallrall Squad UQ. M 0 l Ks 'w f rg, ""' E N: Q 'X ell 1 6.9 2 Ga , , Q , N ' i ' N. 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Besides his vocal qualili- I 2' ' L cations, 1 can o t e to owing in ten seconds: ru 1 a 5 leundred yards, ciraw up! a yearly. statement of the Xh'Z 5 QL, Q. orporation, ma re up is mind, say good night, break as ff," an armior nose, wrench aishoulder. Blany have won- KQQ rin it derecl it it IS Qharley's seriousness that makes his hair 1 if 3? stand on end in a basketball game. The original hard ,Cx fs! luck guy. Fast stepper. "No Boys, this is not a tin roof g ,ap H' U dinner." . W KS Alili. Proc lvlklllf Commiffec fljp Fl'c.rl1n1an Banque! QQQH if jg ffflflllllllll. l'bofball UL' .Fre.rlmmn Ba.rlccll1all Ulf rg Q ,cl ll l"arJ1?yBI'l'afkllQg2i?, Varaply Bamkqlbnll QZ, 315 Inlra- i 4, 1 6, ii mura awe a g 'carer 0 flze HR. ' Q? i Sf U 2 ' tx Sl Q3 it s wig Q22 i lf? cg? it . iff. V ti 'ff-ff. , ,f-'f -1 , 1 5f .asf iii e's'e 'I7f'77fiTT1"f it if fi eeee Wm-'--M"--ie'-it is ,111 ' R N" l Qt ' Q.. 'E E' ag fsi . 1 l If 53 ri lag t -tiff ' ff L? U '53 :J ai ai 'W' I ' 'V' Ill? Q. ' LOUIS IOSEPH MITCHELL li 49' Rochester kb zfrfw G 53 gl 207 Hollenbeck Street SB "Lou" wields a wicked racket on the tennis green. He's W 1, if in a class by himself, and plans to take the champion- ii ship honors away from Tilden and Richards once be Q li gets around to it. Knows the game like a book, and lib if plays a "bookish" game. Not averse to a quiet game of CL i Authors, when evenin rolls around. Likes the "news l J reels" at the movies. ileeps through the feature films. 6 ' E' Savs the censor must have been asleep if what he hears , , l " . . S ll about the pictures is true. XVoman hater. G ' Q s Epi? QQ E13 i ' it EP if K Ki af 3 2315 ' gf? i CQ ,ggi h giflll:TIIi1'l.'T?I'.'LiZ'I27I?lTl'f..?1T3fLI'444...........-.-.-.."' 'ml X -3-5---MW-------'---0-313-Ywv-grit-3:i1,L1-lil-lfjitjgjjfjgfa l W -' .A - .- - fe ' r'i"' 's-ifrsw " 2 - . ,. -f , g s.fg.f5a some may Q, 656223 mms mem 6 tc my mmm ff- sam tQSEQ7 Q c -mcse mms mm 5' 5 S9 4 , . I . 4 1 - I E3 fl. .X ,Q . ' 1 1 fri? N. .N 4-J V.-f R s i i r,M,- MM,,,.W,W,,-.E ,, .-,,-M,-s...,.,,.,,,,.,.Q,.-A tA'd1'x:Kz,-.,--.w--EEE ., , .W-,W ,. M.. ,,m,,.,-,. I . I Fiffifflff, .:f1ii.1,iff,:-TY:iQ11T..'lTx.T":i.Q?.fi:i,lT..T:, w5-lirzlzf.:7:3.2liT..:lT.i.1Yf.ZY.1'fZif...1fQ.li.QIL1Q:ll::lT-Ag Y'Y' vb FALFR- T7 E 5X4:lP l 21.3 Q if l if. g ,W J . 5 ? , 1 il l Qi 5 Y s .4 Ev l fi il 5 - l Q ' 1. Qi XVILLIABI HOBART MITCHELL, IR. . Rochester drb' : ix 15 197 South Goodman Street 1 Hob is always rushing somewhere, but gets nowhere. A 1 However. hls "rushing ' abilities are an asset. He was a Q 1 in A conscientious objector to necking until one of the GX K 3 1 fx Brothers got the goods on him from a fair Russell Sage , 1 . l maiden. He earnestlv believes that a smooth line in the '- g 2 1 "fine art" is not needed to win "La Femme." Someday x 3 . X 1 he hopes to prove this theory. He is in line for honorable 7 I , ll mention on the Physical Ed. mythical quintet. He ' A . - 1 . . . Iflgi Shmks Nluxfhyhdoesmt know his stulf. As an alter ' ,N E mner spea er, .e s a scream. 1 'j GX. Proc Arlglzf Conzmiiiec U11 Fro.rl1 Bamkclball 5 f Q Squad fljg Y. JI. C. 11. Cabinci tl, 2, 31g Glec Club tl, 2, ' 51: A.r.r1'.rIanf Jlanager of T rack C315 d.nri.riant Jlanagcr I -:- Q Drarnafiar Club U11 Inferpmr Edfforuzl Board C515 ' 7 ll HCllfRl.C Council C51 5 Q l I 1 f 'U I l 'J ! IRES l . F I .51-l ' l iii ii 1, . T- 1 5? l gl -R ii w'w'f i"' fi-'i"""i"f' ifixxlkii ff ""." f "4f"7'f'i . ' M ml 'Mg eEg---..... 4.44, .,,. ,Q.Q45l?'1 3 L3 QAQi,.f,5L,.g,..M,44 ,..., --,,,.---.-,,,- -' l 'ew Q .2 m.1.ff.f..,f.y.:.ff :I ' if 1 bil -15 , Har, af' l 1 l 1' : 1'-.fi x f 9 Nia! 5' 1 f-.+ I X l 111 lx .F 5 235' -' 'S l GEORGE RICHARD NIORLEY il Yvebster ii i" Jrllr 1-,L 43 Prince Street 2 1 f'Pudge" hails 'from the crossroads of Vlfebster. Believes .17--N 5 3 EQ in nursing an mgury regularly as an alibi for overwork. X , 3 A Not overly studlous, but ranlxs as a bookworm with the fp , ffm Q5 profs. Has never been known to date up a girl twice. Knows all the best ones within a radius of 25 miles. , xp .E Took ar trip to New York City, and has-never been the X ji QS same since. Considers the Genesee an ideal spot on a Ye I ff- Iuneinight, provided he can borrow a canoe. Famous l tor his unconscious "wise-cracks." :Q I gg GX. Fro.rl1 Football t11f Fraxh Track U13 Infercla.r.r ee' Bzwkclball CI, 215 Infcrcla.r.r Baxeball C111 Inferclam W Swinzming fI1,' Var.r1'Iy Fooflzall t2, 31g Vanity Track C21 '52 it I QQ 5 2, Syl -of 1 ' Hs l l"f:?1?iiA5'57,ii-it7:Lii'fP7:ifif7'A1Ti-Ti?'3:':ff?T5fih'ic'5:7:f':i::31"ZifmfifiiYif2:iTx".T:::::::::1T:?f?::3reign?efg.::E13Ei7g:::j"-ff::lzegip 'A l I-355Q,1Q5'b kikumxfb 5- .JE if 3 E1.Q:QiQ3Q it giggylggrg 5 .3 .Mis E vb Q9 . 90 'T 1 . 5 l , i 1 n 1 I 1 5 I I Q l I I 5 1 i i I 'EW' li 5 Et' ' NA pflflixxc- L E f 'QBRQEP w,w2'me-,f woes ' vziiw www 5572539 mmm Q , .-E......-V. ... -M ---W-N---t----.-.-----?---N---4- -H-' -------A---'---"ww 1 f ,,.-?T"Tir3T3""'r""""-"""""'A""r"""'-""' 'MI ""Tl"'-"""' is Q25 Yi: Q .Q ll vi' in bxlll ef ll . N FQ l Qs: l . -A gg .fu-f, iq ,I 'Q gg. ll '-5 E! if i' tx I! . i ff' fs 1.1,- Fill Q ral .ala Ejlx Q31 i . L .wg 1,1 'ef gl. v 1 Q, ...J 1 1 I E E2 Q l 'WN ffl N in 'xx P9 o Q. al EN 3? Qi: .sv l su. 51. ESV .Qi 911 Q, iw O1 of Ei 5 Qi 'QW iw "Felix, the cat," our leaping Lena. A howl, a hand- spring, and a twist in the air-Rahl Rah!-Xvow, there Pro Concordia. Jloving Up Day Commiffec QD, 5,55 M., 1..- ,.-- .V . Y V - ---' - 1 r - - f - ' 'M' " ' """"' l l FRANK EUGENE NIUNSON Scottsville flr1.r Frank is one ofthe "Big Bleu" at the University. He's the "Dean of the Collegiatesf' As he struts along in his "Plus-Sixesf' he's the observed of all observing Co-ecl eyes. And when he drives his "Trusty Twin" along East Avenue, the traffic cops flee. Next to Roch- ester, Scottsville is a good town. he says. Life there is just morning, afternoon, and night. Ancl so he came here for variety. His favorite line of ta lk is, "After College, lVhat'l" Yes, YVhat? g.z....m.....,--,--...--.-was1?:iiiw2slifmM-...-.....M-.--.---.--...9. .1Q'gn-u.sL-:swam-m-.Txm:m,u:emm.taa,f.1fmff.e'fmiN iii? ,Pm:-M,-.:mf:.,.1-m-jiigis-za vfiiimftm-w-.T-5A.7g?v s'Mm'r""4'eml.LQ-"j3ff5 ss? " 'Tu l ,.f""'xx ee5rEs'fszml fsQ .vf. 91 035 XQ....r,.no-..,-o-,-mw, ,.,, -,----,w,,..--,-.-. f-N,-at ,, ,fg,,.., 1. . .-,-..-. i. ,K . ..-- ,W . .--, .-, t A .11 .Ni 1 H K sf s 4 E' vi-fl X12 X , f ,,-.,.Q4Sy.....,. .,,,s-.., N,., ,, ,,,,, M- A,,.,, , , ,A,, , ,,,,. .. . .,,,,,. ki ALLEN HATFIELD OTTMAN Rochester 2 k drfa' 159 Seneca Parkway I "Laugh, and the world laughs with youg Q Vtleep, and you weep alone!" g .1 -.,z' Allen's happy smile and cheery greetings have long since 5 if endeared him to his classmates and the Fair Sex. YVith Q Q- him, life is just one smile after another, glory bel. hlore QQ' than that, he loves to "pun" and never misses a chance 3 to crack a joke. Very fond of Noah Yvehsterg "only objection to the book, ' he says, "is that it changes the 'Q subject too often." The ggls call him a "jollier,' and a jollv, good fellow he is. reams of going on the stage H FTE with YVill Rogers. He sure can crack a comical tongue. 'f AAGY. FV'o.rlz Bameball KID: Glce Club fl, 2, 3J,' Jlovfng- Sl 3.-li up Day COIIll7ll.ifdC fl, 2J,' Canzpux Sfaf fl, 2, 31g .1.r.r11rf- 1 lf'- ani Bu.r1'ne.r.r Jlanagcr The Camplm' UL' Inlerclam Soccer 5 fl, 2, 351 College Banquet Conimiliee QI, 2j,' Y. JI. C. rl. ' if Council QI, 2, 3j,' Cla.r.r Clzairman Y. JI. C. d. Dr1'vc.r CZ, 3j,' Lf, Vice-Prarfdcnf Polfffcal Science Club f2j,' Fro.rl1 Frolic ip Conunitlec Cljg Clzairnzan Faculzfy Coffees UL' Callqqc I Q4 Jlen'.r Dinner Commfllce Ulf Soplz Hop Commillee C255 f Plzolagrapllfc Edflor Inlcrprcm Ulf :Lf-fl.-Ffdllf Jlanager of I Bawcball UD. l' Q W M. l .i'73lT'k"L2?" 'iii xiii?" 5? i , ..-New -f jc 51 4. 'yy' .YNY Yue-.- .... .... . ,. I N: .iQQQg.,iif A g,...,W AW 'lQQ-.Q1f.ff,Q.,,:QQ Tfif i lif- .gx if 4Vs.f'lf5gsW:4j,!Y.k:353j., i YH 5 X51 ifiii sg Ci, g ,ze ' Eff Q42 ll? GERALD FREDERIC OTTO '53 Rochester 4.3 flr1.r X ii 55 Culver Road ' ta Otto is always writing stories with happy endings, or A turning his hand to composing rollicking songs. The only man in college who can write two prize winning ' F songs. Otto swallowed Nvehster whole, and it seems to Q4 have agreed with him. Fond of polysyllahic diction. Awes the Frosh with his display of erudition. Holds ' fs aloof from the Glee Club for tear of straining his voice, Lf" which he is reserving for his debut in Grand Opera. Really a great musician. Everybody expects him to M put U of R on the "scale." allowing Up Song, Firnrl Prize QZD. 5 W 5 435 3 fv- f is ,M V5 kr o xi if my ff is Kuff 92 .5- 1 I : i1,ff2Cl3Xxf: si Q I gif:4.,::.::::.:L.::.?32.ii'I?::gL:iLL:::::::::::::::g:g1LLg:'.,..."L..."Ml:1LZ3JZ.Js-ig J 4ZlZI.1LiLL.1'S......." " "I.L1I.l1iLII.'LI1J1J..lLLlLAiZfLlL1C.II'II4fCI.IIl""ZILlT.ZIZfLL'L1T.TC.L'n 355 .I Ei QD Q3 gl If 15 i 51 E? Q! is .59 fi 3 XVALTER YVILLIAIW PARIS E Rochester f 3 drfm tl, 38 Glendale Park o j 5 Walt is known among his close friends as "The Gay 3' l Young Deceiverf' Once he was quiet and bashful, out 'sy l alas and alafk, moviise and Pittsfoid have Shangied lam 5 a lot. Bud ongs to come a trac star. nce e s ut ' gl W his eyes at the Rifle Club and made a "bull's eye," and l -J since then he considers himself a sharpshooter. He Q shines in Psych class where he persists in asking em- W lmarrrassing questions. Iust another good young man W ' gone wrong. ' BAE. Yftlllflltlj Track QI, 2j,' Froxh Track UL' Inlra- Q 3 mural Track fljf Fro.rl1 Frolic Conzmfllee fljp Rifle Club , :J QE, 32g Inlerprcx Board UD. l I N Q , -P 1 Q 1 l w -aw ll l A Q9 -.,,-,.,--.,,,,M,d,f-' ..3..k3NgA,f7g3X W.,,,-.-....s.-..d. ...--..--...-.lL5-A .lil ll 5ri'L?m.iiiiqfl..'mm.g'n.Q.i"Wnm.Q..m......LiNumfiiiX X563 X Nix ifiyfi T:ffffiifffitiTii:fffv.i.i'mf.1 X 'ii Xgflfcubma V Q, 1 li 1 .N , 1 i D i D WARREN WINGATE PIERSON Avon ,D drfa' D 35 Upton Park ' "The Nlarried Life of Helen and NVarren" is Piersorfs D favorite newspaper reading. He spends hours dreaming of the Helen he hopes to win for his fair bride. In fact 'U he dreams so much that he forgets to study his pre- ' med lectures. Yvarren wanted to major at Cornell, and ll N minor at the U of R, but nothing doincf. He is a nice 1 .D s ealiing boy. His strongest cuss wor is"'gracious." 'D I-lie loves to drive a Ford. "Platonic love" is one of his so favorite expressions. As house father for the Beta K Delts, Yvarren is a scream. .D BAP, KfIlK. I9?'c.rlunan Track Ulf Inlervlamv T rack Ulf 'U Inlerclam Fnolbnll Qjj Inlcrclzmnr Bamclmll CZJ. l ig D a 'fl E 'al i e MW .,,,.,. 3 1V94:33-41-::i1,f-ggi?-E1,T.,HQi -5-z..,.4s7::L..Li4iT nv: - 31:231::e?::'L'f:'::?:::1'gf:r?:t:n:Li::::::1i:.,....-,..,...H rr Q Qin, 5 5'Q.QLv9Ff.1I1Q..2f55 memo if Q. R as Q so Ya mmoprmg fe r:Qf:u,.sm2fs.3 5.-no 95 -'fx . i d. N, ,1- -3 J , , W, Y W, , f ,J 'X , Q ll as sleeves were Mamie-f 4ef.:re.r armies Tikes woe! ww wcwg 6 ,rj-:LiT?,1T::':13:32:31:Lilitzlitlik-r.:T4T4T. I-.Mf -:ht-'fl' 17... , Q,-,,.g::T:.. H' , , 1 I., "W sir Iv QQ' 4 li E K ll 9 5' Q r E: LUCIUS LECLERE POYVELL Ei Rochester 'ff 251 Arnett Boulevard A' -jg Here we have a man not only with a reputation but with ' f f many reputations. Yvears bright red ties and manages Q22 ,H t the Inter res. Need we sav more? Luc has answered lhs. . P . fy. the call of the fair sex ever since the beginning of his on ' I college career. His attentions are fast and furious but M- fg change like a chameleon. Vlfe notice that he has fre- fi Q guently been absent from classes on Saturday-um i .M lg oubtedly due to making week-end trips to Syracuse' l 631 if for some unknown reason. CQ Q The Hzerfect college man scholastically, socially and Q 9 moral y, in spite of the fact that he has a real Indian EX Q iyiar-jmhfigalia. .Qharter member in the firm "Powell and 1,5 ,jr , aVl , ys1clans." lb.: E WT, Pro Concordia, SHE. Proc Night Commillce lljg lil Sul:-Chairman Fro.rlz Frolzl' UL' Jlloving Up Day Com- QQ. ' miiiec Ulf Inferclamr Bmrcball QI, 2, 5Jg Vzlgilancc Com- I 9' ,gj milteq .QZJJ Fre.rhman Camp Commlilec UD: College 5 fs. Q5 Acfimlzca' Commiffcc GL' I nicrclaazr Soccer UL' Y. 111. C. 1 A. Drive Conzmillce 1315 Y. 171. C. A. Council C335 Cla.r.r ' i V 'QS Treaxurer fl, 2, 32,5 Bu.r1'nc.r.r zyanager, Inlerpref GJ. 1 le" 'qw , E ev Z af r-'Ce l 1 an if l l Q .o f or ,fr fe. . 1 . r ..... -ff . Qi- a-f-' Q----M-----A--a--e---lx. J' ' ., Y -- Q 2 l L-T f56X,,ft:-N'tsf cf: G tix gi fr .asf ,l ls' 'Wx l l V' if me fri- 5 1 .Y E it 3 Q l Q-Xi fr lj CLIFFORD LADD PROSSER gs g Avon ,ff 4' l Aria' ll' gr 1 fi I 3 477 Alexander Street l Q7 Q ' Back in the good old days, Ladd came from Avon to ' li I irnibibe tlie rucgmgrgsgflgarnirig at the fountains of know- V , l Q Q' e y - pt . t , 't t l 3,3 ll Heiiitsl, limit he his becogneaasx adepalzsiim psiiii-equoiltgaiiid - 1 Q BQ. table,croquet. Believes that a man to be really edu- ' i cated must take lots of courses: so he's taking the whole lm jf' catalog. Since he added himself to the library staff, the A. service has improved amazingly. He will supply any CS K 5 book you want, provided you want to wait long enough. I V Q3 Sophomore E.rlu'bh'1bn QL' Y. 171. C. A. Council 12, 511 Chairman of Y. JI. C. A. Di.rcu.r.r1'on Groupa' UD. . Cx 5 l 5 e U w lil 5 423, S l 'V . J y Q y w f f .. g L. R. 5 ' J 1 CQ l dl-ll-' ,+-f-ezcevei-if-----"r" --1 X . Mr- , 4- "r' Wi 77 -Q-me "M ifgfmliwgt5-VbXf6?f5mfQfdff-lQ.QfPj?V6QQQ'Tslffl21QL?lf i. 'R .qggaamseamrspaqfmatfsurq g 94 I -c---c-, M- Q.- .'NecNM--,,,w.s,.-.-.Wcs,-s....--,,--.,-- IV r f is rf "' if Xlxi 1 lxffmafffvm VTCTK fwsrwrm -1 KN f. L1 I I X 1 qw 'ii ICQ 'il I N. I , I i I I I i I if is 1 . f I I I I 1 I J I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -5-q'f'E'f5EQ 2256232 JU -4:'L?"l7Q1ff xfifib sf wif-Vlzfgsfrh'iairfhvxir Qfitfbixji '.fL1.i'.:1gi 4:4 ,::g,'3:3,,:,,Lg.-.t,:.':,,:.:g.:1i,'.1LM1:1LL,,L.4g.1.....'' "iii I1.LL:'.'1s :.c....- ' ,LH 3,1151t:':,g.,g::.ig.:,13::: :t":i5.:if.1ZIi.Q2l3'?Z:::1::LiNZ"' :gg in Qt. sg E I ' Ili 'L' -, I , - Qf I :Q .f I I I ls 'lf LEWIS HENRY REED l h A swffsviiie 19 if n V, zflif X 45 Prince Street I 5,1 ' Lewis played around at football and baseballtbut finally I .X U quit both lor the more enticing pursuit ol digging deli- I Q5 FE cate and succulent passages out of Shakespeare. A I If I bridge addict, he confesse ly never overbids his hand, I 67 I I and exterminates all his partners who do. Enjoys col- I X, ' lege thoroughlv, courses andiall. His intemperance in lf the use of words amounts to verbal intoxication. Blessed I I 5, ' with a repertoire of dainty ditties with which he glad- jf I -I dens the hearts of his hearers. "The Bard ot Prince Gt ii' 3: Street." G J GX. Fl'o.rl1 Foofball fllg FI'Dlf,l Baxeball CID: Vanffiy gil U I Fonfflall Squad C2I,' Var.r1'Lv Bmrclmll Aljuad C1 If sa I I? Q I ' :ri if If Q ks 23 I2 ki HI , I 'if' I ,s f W, c ,Hg ,ax I3 I J- get s ss M erra W-- lrsr egfiiza-fs-, sA s .- ,cs,.l,., P A J 1 H -,A A I-VE a ,- :lv r -If 1, ,,., 1: :J 4 -. 4 ,,- .N Sv , I W ' i ' .'., i' "Mt ras QI I Q1 if f Na ' ' I if my X ,-as cf 'I II DAVID PLUNKET RICHARDSON .QV I Rochester e drfm 'fi' ni ,-li 1 . lg 'I IQ Trafalgar Street VI If you had a good time at the Iunior Prom, blame it on I ' Plunket, torhixt was his native sagacity that directed the ' ii, II affair. But it your girl didn't like the favor or thought G gg' I the music was fierce, remember that there was the rest I I3 ' of the committee to contend with. But nevertheless, I don't accuse the admiral of hiding his light under a me 'jx bushel, he has better ways than that, known only to his 'W' boon companions. His reticence must not be confused ' IGI with coynessp it's just plain smoothness that will be lt? ' capitalized some day. Adept at swinging across the Kg, 1 glreensward on a pair of Bro. YVilson's cut-down crutches. N Fat l larvel at smoking a butt to the last bitter end. lvhite- If I headis collegiate rival and devotee. "Come on, let's 5 HI 5 have a roun for an hour or so." if fr- I ARE, Jlelzdfcanfm. Cla.r.rSecl'e1'ary CI, 311 Fromfz Frolzl' as ff . Conumllec Cljj Frcmhman Bamkrlball UL' Jloc-'Ing Up Day Ffa 'Z Commitlec t2J,' Supl: Hop Comnzillcc Qlp Clzafrman E? Junior Prom UD. ill 5 I cc cc. G so 1 ,. off fb -:VII I N . QI I G I 33,T112:Tg::i::Tg7:':T':ttiii:?:i:L::ii:.1'.:':'lL::1'::::':T 1 xjjx 73:35:33ggggggfwgggflggggggggggg-3:11g1Y:,:ig::g::-H-Wg:-"-" 'Gi "Y 4 'x " ,f Tx vim" ' f'x "f , TW 4' 'z-f 'X ' ': ,.-' ' - T J fs ---. A -s "X, ' ' I, "2 2 , k f-. , ' . A 0 as ic, ,W efsiitfor s wa.-L4 ., 5 QQJ -,A 4, Qiieff Q if g 5 Hymn, Q' gmxgdggj Qqgggg. ri 4 Qlggw gcygfg cggyxgu, I 95 1 1 ,P Vim, - 9 rl -1 il ,,1, ir. I , xx ,Q I leaf , 1 4' av EE ..-1, 1, ,gb iq ,ef 'TQ NN- "J .p Lau 'ifjjlz--.N ix x K HOYVARD DUDLEY ROOT Bergen drlw 35 Strathallan Park "Loyalty is the great lubricant oflifef'-Elber! Hubbard. In addition to his loyalty, Howie's copious notes have aided many a brother through the anxious hours of crammin for an examination. He has danced his way into the hearts of manv a Co-ed, and he's firmly con- vinced that clothes maike the man. He's a real friend always. A T. Saplzomarc EA-l11'lu'11'm1 121: 1l.r.ff.rIa11l zflanngcl' f2j,' 1"ro.rl1 1'?'al1'c Camnzflfce QU. c Jw 4 4 i ,img P ,.,. . v 1 ..-4 . A I, -. I . 1-N i x x .Y . . X ft- 'Net , , .,.. W , .... -. x,.j.qH :file-QX.,t,,... N- -- f---- 7 H., A iklhht g Q YNY M kg-. y A--.Wm K My-gary, PIM, ,..M,.-,,,.......-....,-... ..., N ,,,. n..,.,. .... ,A..,H,.e,.,,s.,... -. , , .. F ., - - f V V - . , f 1.,-., .N,.,-..., .... ,.c.,,..,...--7i--.., ....,..... -U . ..... , . ,Ms ,.... . . . ,,. ., 1 e' Q.l....AQ-..--.Q.L..e,.,-,...Q,Q. ggi, ,ii.. ji 5, gfif- ,:gg,1i,gg.M.,e..,e,,,,.ce l 231 f jill E 202 l if 3 22.1, E l lf" l Hsin' SALVATORE Russo l af' Rochester t flria' l 26 Dliller Street , lil Russo's name has appeared so often in the public press that everybody knows all about him. Yvhy repeat? 5,7 He's done more to put the U of R on the front page f ,IQ than Eastman. As ag- scientist, Russo wields a lei facile pen. As a literary critic, he ranks with Bernard 3 fi' Shaw. Naturally he is an ardent disci le of the late I3 lamented Carolus Darwin, who proves that all the 5 X5 world's a menagerie, or ought to be. He's in a class by tix himself in spite of the fact that he became a member of sfvl the Baptist Faith at the Freshman Y Camp. i l .J Y sn 5 l if 3 l 5 V2 l M-,,,,' 1 'ivy g W N 1 V , , , .,,ss.,. ,. .,,., .. cc ,... ,.,-.,..,-.. .. .-. . s A N l .. . 1 il'-'f5f3. 5 J Q1 ISN i'25:5",u7'5 f ' iw? sit-X. L+ X F ' Fx . ,i V, ,L-M, .L Us ,Jas v wow g tg JL,1,,,r .-'guy wflliif 'F ' V '-'Q it ' -953515,-ei 1 .,. ....4...... -ww ..-..... . ..., ,A ,. ,..... .. -....... .A,.,.........,..........,.... .-....,..,..- ........- . .- M..- Zu ,..u -. , M-WA W-umw,-Y-,.,.,,,M-Q,,-Mi,-F, ,MA Hmm , , ,Q ,,,,,, ..., X , -,.,s,,,,...,.M-,, .Mwyrf 96 ,il 2 , x l f l w IZ nr lt sf :EN , 1, ' x br My Q2 A N Q. .ga . 'J ,. in xg, fi' JE 'fi if f ,xl Hill wk , F . .N fi" is is at Sf' 'bi fgg, SN F33 ,Wy l . w . l sg-13 I W , 5, re in ,.,,. l l '- e ,.,, a ,h Q1N2X3s'i..x-.. .X X?f'll,.f'KI ,V-4-xi ,---e pf A. r ,., X. it ew , H., Y! BERNARD SCHNEIDER Rochester drlm 48 Delevan Street That rare combination of a scholar and what-not. Bernard came to college as green as any Frosh could be. Three years of Contact with upperclassmeu have made him as wise as the wisest senior that ever frowned at Father Auderson's picture. Used to delight in the famous debates in the Y rooms. 'Now he devotes his time to higher thou hts. Talks of going to Yvest Point where there are no Eligibility rules, and a man can play football for ages. Founder of non-sectarian fraternities for clothing manufacturers. Campuw Reporicr fl, 51g Campus fI.r.rov1'ale Edflol' .X f-gg-,wesx fx .f-N ..:.,X.M.,m.., .. J, I .- . . . .. X. , ,,-. , L , to Q, , , p ..gi. ,. ,..,.V. .. 5 K -r ., . . " ight ws if Q T1 ,:f,""""" "'4 W 'WA'-" "" "M -z- , L, . 5 VD -1m,,..f Q XVILLIAM MIDDLETON SHEPPARD Spencerport zfrlu' 21 Prince Street . Looks are deceiving. Bill's eyes are a gentle blue, but beware, for he is champion "wrassler" ot his gym class. Like other champs, however, he fell from grace. Now he looks at the world with a philosophical smile. "Bill" admires brunette actresses, so it is said, and Clotes on picking out pieces on the piano to the accompaniment of "Da, Da, Da, Da." SAE, QUE. J.r.r1'.rfarn' Circulation Jlanagcr o The Campua' QL' Cl.PClll!lfI'0Il Jlanager UL' Infcrcla.r.r Vrexl- ling fl, 21g Hellenic Council Ulf Inh'rcla.r.r Bruelrall ,.--. . . , , , , ,. , ,.A,,,f1' N1 . e ,,,, , In x - ?i ,'X1V ,Tal-1,. xi in -"w,L,'T-t -'rv is if W , . .. X H X r i K- l' M' 'inlie 1 ' szfirgxw --' nw-,cf 41 - H1 x Q .. . , -, ,, , ., . . .. , .,.. .,,--, .eg ff. fi .R ,f w..s....,-f 97 1 , .Q ,f-' 1 --x f....,.. ,.., ..........-....,,.-,...,--..,........,,... .,,. ,...-........ .. It c . X e x ' x v-A ,. if EQ 1. xt - ,.. 1 -.. 4 fi-f Rf 'vs .X , LJ, rv. ff" Xfi- Fx Ni: 'g xB' we .rl Yi ii N .13 ew 3' lf ., 5-3' ef-. Y A Qc- -vs. .1 3 5' PQ tif? wiv' 'I -. fi K,-' 5. A.. xi 23 xi' Fpxxc AFX I Yi- ftf ' ls a sd Ev H53 'Ti 'ff if if .Q X: ff? JZ N x -3 K2 x W' I .0 'Y . 323. Xl Ji. gi T nl Q e- ef-' .AG .ilu fi! EQ 'ij' 4 r 1-. 1 H , 'N-e1."m"-'isp e v..Uf.:a:.q-- I -Un, .. x,-X... Q. . ,,fN,,.,,x X 1 , --- M .-N .4-X x ,N ,. 1 ,. y. Q. . X e. . . fax ,-.,i.r . I-1t.. s . .. .- .-,. . W M L 3 , s. ,,,. ,, , ., .XV X, .xv cw. .. v, . .. . .-.....-.-...-...-. Vx.- fm.--.0 .. ...----- ,I-X K,-1 V- -- --y,--v -- .........- --.nw ..-. ..--- -... c- ..: f .R 3 .. ..-. ,,,. ...f ...,.- .,..,,, ,.,..,.,, ,........... Y M W.. YVILFRED RAYFIOND SHERMAN Rochester 41l'!.r 685 West Nlain Street Rav put in a gruelling Summer fighting big, black bears and mosquitoes in the North Yvoods. Rated as a vocal athlete, but keeps fit at the Y. Nl. C. A. He's a good boy 9 always drives with both hands and brags about it. Holds the dance floor speed record. Rates ace high with the co-eds. "Now, Xvhen I-" SAX, XP, SHE. Frarlznzan Foofball UL' Chairman Frowlz Banque! Ulf Clam Pfdtflitidllf Vlklflance Com- miflce C21 p Chairman Cap Conunfflce QZDQ Proc Nllqlll Commillee ffjg Fromh Frolrb Ulf Var.r1'Ly Follies Com- miffce UL' College Banque! Commfflee flj. X Vw ,. C' U 'M' "NNW" 'N'-'--'-ff' "' - k..g15.....,............e Ms,.s....Ls...f.L.c. su-we -. . Q. , 1 Q1 ' P' 'elf-T:,:' xifliw-i-,V a -- r A . Mm i ' 'X 'W' 0 ' "H: ax Y x Muzi? is S, t-,Iv Q: EDYVARD IANXES SNIALLEY Rochester I .'1rf.r 2 ii-Tx 305 Electric Avenue Ed blames the hard, cruel world when things o wrong in his little skv. He's quite deserving of a Phi. or Phi Bete key. Has gone over big sociall ' at the Dental Dispensary. "Those nurses are .fo inteliectualf' he savs. Ed is majoring in Economics, so as to qualifv for aihi executive job with the Kodak Company. Hxe holds alfthe unrecognized managerships at the U. Lack of space prevents the enumeration of the entire list. Is a jolly, good fellow. SAX. Fra.rlz Bawkefball UL' Inlramural Ba.r.-:ball f2j,- Inframural Bmrkeiball 12, 513 Vanity Bmrelvall Squad QE, 31p Campzu 12, Zjf Circulation Jlanagcr Interprea Siaj' UL' d.r.ri.rfant fIliK'CI'fl.d'l-Ilg Jlanager Cmnpum UD. . .fx . X-A.. -- 98 I - also wL:.---.- .... ,.-,--.-., .. ..... ...... .h .,.. , il N X, x N S X N .ix .- N :Witt xo r i if if 'Q Ki 5 2 if ii Q, FEA Qfjf ,i v.. ww this i F5 .1 .. Era" IGS .3533 .' 'gf l El 'Y-:f X.. I xp ls C1 ez if ai sf if ff' Q' km i. it .195 4 li 35 QQ 55 if at Y-3 .lg 93 5525 HQ? if? gl B' ,i Ka. U YW YQ .Q Q if ii ii? ills I ll fm li K5 li E3 ifigi I Q f .-M-1-Q .--H------A--'--- Y-----M -4.--A---r ---- -......-......-...... ,....,...-.--,.-....-,.......,,.,,, - N E ef: ,.., -.-,......,..,,..-,...., ,,...,,.,..., ,-.,.-.,,,...,W,,, ..,s,,,--.,,, ,,.,,,,,.,,,,, i 1 v .fe,:"" ' . .Au X .,,.. ., ...... 12 'r 5. gli ff: 1? 'K L' yi -i. 4 .N-3 E. X U -it i, ..4-aw. ,- fy, -y-ef-p .N-Tr 5. ' wr:-, -2 1- 'Ki nf'-fy - ,.,.. ..-. J, f5,.,7., . ..-. , . ff W, . . . ,, H! 'N . X . s QQ 'V -'-al 1 X Q ' i'x.Yl,.'.f'ie,,'- Rl jf? E 1 fx. XJ- x. ' W1 " I ' G e X R, i x 'Tx .--. ij l.f - 4 -r x i. ff. .,',, Q 1 l 'i Q iff 9 ' 1 If af 'lj t p . so .Spf l i LUTHER HAGER SMELTZER lr if ij W Rochester iff? it Af-Lf , lr? 4 .5 . iv 10 Duke Street ii 552' l Lute is a fine specimen of a rapidly disappearing species, 5 if - Homo Sapiensg genus, red-headg brush cut. , Has - , :fl M descended to the stage of a mere "Big Mannion the ,Q K. 25- Campus. Blame this book on him. Has a predilection if lf, 1 w for ly ondesp which of course proves nothing. Yvanders ll ,gl 1 . . . . , . . lx Y xx.. In around in a sable tog during Quiz W eek, teehng sure .5 of 3 that something will be put over on him. It never will li ga, fe, he. Usually is seen in "center stage" hurrying from l if if hither to yon. Favorite expression: "Gee, I unked 123 that one sure." 'fx vis it SAX, Pro-Concordia, SHE, JIcnd1'can1.r. FI'0.ffI Frolfc 1 rg, 1 , Commillec Ulf Rcporfcr, Tha' Campus Ulf KIJJDCI-IlfC A .. 5 I Edilor QL' Sports' Ediior 12, 515 Bu.r1'nc.r.r Jlnnayer, l " Sfudcni Handbook Ulf Supl: Hop ci0llIIllliHL'C 1255 1 w-I-. l. l. . ,. . . . .. Supl: Banquet Comnullec QD.: I'lxlIlll1llCL' COII1l!IIffC6 1215 l at 'N Clam Sccrclafy QL' Drarrzafinr Club C2, 315 Clmfrman 5 l if 4. Y. JI. C. AV. Drive Ulf Rqiyllrlmr, F1'o.rl1 Camp UD: ' li xI.r.ri.r1anI Jlannger, Baxkeiball UL' Edffol'-fri-Cb1'qf, il-'p 1929 Inlcrprex Ii 'i ll E ,Q . wi n Fr ' l KH 353 xr we 1 X Jill f, l L-fi? 5? I 52+ E fl- ,-f"Q'N'Yfif" "" mail?-M Y is-. i. .Q5.il,.,....,.s..s,.'T,.'LZ.i.,'l31Z.'.'....'.....'..Z.Z,'.,r 5525 i1i"i,7,gi,ggg:::e"T"'i,i511i2..i ii? New f...--.w...-.e...smm..,., ..... W-. ip Pt we , F cf. A..-.,-EW.-.,---,W-.--..:s'3,e,,... X at-3 I el',lQyQw4:,,igs':p::3,. I ff . , is 1 few , Q3 il 'ig 1522 . 45131 FU? i 'I QE 5-'li CHARLES GREGORY SMITH KL gi? 3 Rochester M as jp Q5 36 Greig street gig fa'-X One of the famous "Smith Brothers" from the D. U. ,eq if I House. Has no "brush" to hide behind, therefore effaces I his niost earnest efforts by a shy, ditlident smile. His Q 12 M favorite expression: "If you want work done select a -my busy man-the other kind has not time." The only 1 ml Q 5, adverse comment lilassecl on Greg is about his youth- EQ, ' 'Q N fulness, which neit er work nor "bull" sessions seem to ij 1:-Q tix -' blot out. Such innocence must be preserved. E K9 1 "The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be l ty, 4- continually fearing that you will make one."-Elbert i 5 Hubbard. 1 Q 1. AT, Troubadounr. Glce Club CI, 2, 3Q,' Campus' Slap' 3 1, il Q1 jp f1.r.ri.rlanl17lanagcr Glce Clubm UL' P1'opcrl1'e.rJlanager i l pf. f' 1,l'flll1HUC.f' Club UL' F1'o.rlz Travk UL' Vartrify Track UL' 1 l f 1 Inlvrprcm Slajf UL' Clmirmnn qf Blazer Conznu'1'ivc GJ. 241' I .X . ,N 5 . . i VR. I Q S il i "i E H H ? + A Y il, 99 "1 ix' v l x. V ..-.,,............i......-..........-.-..........,,.......,.....-......-.....,.....-... - 1.1 V ,...., -s .- f.inioX2-.--....H---,-,-W,-,,l--.-.,-..,E-,W-,,l,W, ' YF? 25132539 fd 5412723319 2551125 ,B D H E N X5 I.i,fI.'I'f Jl'i'fT'l'1f1'., .ffT1flfSTQf1f1TL1'11f1lZ.i11:fllT.'f.-lV:..'-'lT:'.:K:.: IZ. .sg riii-x!i 1:1v:,.x.'lMfT:.4l:lf'fQL1.':::.T.'::Z::lf:f fi L if ri YVILLIAM YVARREN SMITH Rochester Qff Q5 Aria' i 1 842 Arnett Boulevard li lhlilliam YVarren's college career consists of alternating -131 big deals and stupendous axle brealrs. 'lihe big deals Q11 succeed in liquidating the losses sustained in the mortal if ' injuries on the car. Terror of all the down-town coppers. lib Bill is said to be worth a million to the girl that marries V5 K him prior to his arrival at man's estate. Young Lochm- is' var had nothing on Bill's western trip which proved TD replete with many a tale of muddy road and ivavside iff, inn. 'Twas on this expedition that Bill organized the ty. floating bevy. Further chapters -of his escapades are UM becoming legendary in the sanctities of the Eastman 'fi Dorm and the art classes at Mechanics. Magazine Contributor. "How are y' now?" AKE, Pro Concordia. Chairman Proc Nzlqhl Cam- wfe millce CII: Clam Vibe-Prewidenf C111 Fro.rl1 Frollc Cljg tj Soplz Hap Camnu'z'lec t2Jg Y. 171. C. Council U15 -3 . Dranmf1'c.r Club C355 Proc Night Conumllee C215 Infra- Q mural Baxelzall fl, 21g Infmmural Bamkclball fljg Infer- .wf K cla.r.r Bmrelmll KID -sa 53 til K? 1 2 T9 l- "' lfiii . ff+JL,,,,,,.,,, ""' "fn 'nl Q" wmv ...ff lilly Ella? 'Ilya x I p ag., s . ......m......:..s..,c...,,....-,.u..,.... A. 4. MQ.. ff, l 73 1 fx? 1 . TNS li ag 3 ii E gp EUGENE MILLER STULL lfj Brockport ,ab ! .Hrtlr CT i 41 Prince Street li Yveenie believes that it pays to hurry and so he is al- cwf fl ways in a rush. Coach Lawson has vainly tried to coax A him out for the 100-yard dash, but "Bright Eyes" is too Q? l modest. This "Adonis from Brockport" is strong for Q73' everything spelled with a "zip." He loves snappy ties. ' He lives at the Psi U House in the daytime, but often fs, ambles around to the Dorm o'nights. Has a er tual desire to race with his little "Chevy" Spencll alifday 555 trying to start it, and then works at his books on the B side. Everyone wonders how he does it. nv TT, KIIJK. Glcc Club C2, 32. 2 . 1 ' Qi QD l 'o PM sd-7 ,.... elm- ....,. .... slss - -..acl if ' 'k'Q'fA""T-""T'f'3f"M-DW" -CAFE? "QfT"""'i'f'i'ffI 'i" EEN " E' Rx' Q Wcfuk FQSXQAE5 PQRJM2 9 3ilYEr:l 15?-A3553 a5?ALr'?P Q 'sf' 53 gfigjlyfi 5s5S'LG:fl5i cial ll U was 3 .9 Billie? eiwif 100 L E- JLXBCGXQ.---,,.c..,-v-,,,,,,---.Mm,,,,,,,,M- fi ,. 1 I i efzvef,-f effzffes effsef egg' 13155 me wma erase was wsu!! 25TTT":,:fAl.:al.Q1Zk:,j',l:LTq"":.':l.'A""-F'-'i""hb'-Z-.T-P:-..,..Tig - Qgiqsuu,-...,:kLl1.':Q.f'::1::sl:l'l:l:jl-'i,'.:.'.:-:llfw'1ffffffilffirffllzffllrlwQ -135' -1 ' ' i 24- E Gr . - , , i Q7 'l , Q 1 W3 fi 2 ' 'l 2 N if 1,35 WALTER IAMES EULLIVAN E9 E1 Rochester Q3 Q Jlechanhral Engineering g '31 295 Sawyer Street LN nl ,fl Sully is the only man we know who comes from the li country and isn't ashamed of it. He is seldom seen in VD , thehliastgnan Dorxrzi so it ii sag, he wielilxs a wicked Q ' ' l a e, rin an , ' t e ene ee. 1 th 'V' 1 Q RSmoky 51:53 5 for daztgristfclflilcorlgge d?I?C6S. Taiiocixrgh as G en meer, e oes no e is si e ru e cram is s v e. ll' Oniy engineer to take Physics and persuade ltihe Prol' to :J E raise his mark 15 points. Selects his luggage with care. toil 9X,P C d',E,' .Cllz.F lzB lull ". jggZ'roif1nba.155:FZlj1:lQ bg iacglfljj li?-rmguaiiiaik x A , I I' L' . 7' I ' 2J,' I .nr ' ' f 25: ' -D ll Soph Hop Zonziiililfce fgigigiiziizquet COI?lll1iff6,Le'E2,lili is Qi E lr .1 Q vii E E Q I if m ,-ri .s 1 V5 I G f' - C3 x ll xr K ' , Fw W- e 6 g -1' E L 'D E ts Di Q D i i LEO JOSEPH TANGHE - ol W XVebster Cy F f Clzemzlrlry D U 1 , U D D l 3? Uri Qi E Swede is classed among the "Blue Socks." He's a mighty intellectual, a veritable Solomon. Knows his "Lo Tables" backwards, forwards, upwards, down- waris, and fifth dimensionally. "Minors" in modern lan ua es, and is said to speak Spanish, French, and Itaianiike the natives don't. Goes in for sports. Beats the wind around the track, and cheers the heart of Doctor Fauver whenever he ambles out on the hand- ball court. Claw Handball fl, 2, 35: Freslrman Track CID. Q Q E C' Q C E 53 L 3 l ma Qzmsmmfeemmmmmw nfishmememmoifmamreem p lOl ...lg ,X M. Q X, . .A A '-Y' i .. n tx 5 l P l l Q . 1 4 i . 1 v 'vi .i xr' LNG' , .,-... .. .Ae . .YY,. . -.--,..s-........-.....,--..,. ..., - ..,.. . ..... .-.- Y.., ......-W........-... fe x ......-..,..v-.,A.. Y,.,, Y ..,,,. ,WM . ...-,,.-.---,,.,..,...-, ,.. . U, N -. 1 ,. . A . 9 5-. Q'TN""p. X! vs -"feb -' 121'-fox? f,f"""5'i A. 5'TXf'1-2 ' 1 gc '- .11 if-X.-5 1. .r--.-f vlxilff-'illslQ1'QQf .DiX1fii'l'l"' 5' X 'ful "ii'l'M' ' BL 'J 1" ' - N' 'll N Nl .V -, ,A -N --.. m .-'vs ". iv fw- .,x,.,x..,x,f . It Efvuii if: 'Z fffex N, f Q X. , , , . , , . ,. .Y.... .- .--.,-.-., .,.. ,,-.,.. ,,,,,, ,g,, , .,,,,,-,,, .,,,, , , H., ,,,,....-,,..,,...,,.-,... ..,. , no W.---,.l,.- ,,A,r-,., ,g,,, ,,, www WQMN OMHUW W,WAoo,-,,,,w,,,,,-,,,gMW,HHH MM 1 l l . x 4: wk' 2 1 A - 1 . 15' f l I : if 'N fl 1. . l gf ll .Q ajft 2 l ' HUGO FREDERICK TEUTE V x , J. Rochester 5 l zfrlw YVestfall Road Toot, the posy cultivator, fish hog, and pheasant hunter, ' :jj 1- from out lola way, ran the Frosh camp so successfully . that the '51 boys got off to a good start. Hair raising . f ' ' lights on the gym roof so affected Hugo that Stacomb a p , , or lard fail to eep his unruly locks in place. Participa- Q V 1. , tion in the Battle of Batavia augmented his courage to 13' such an extent that he fearlessly became social director ' 'Tl' ,N ' ' E for the school marms during the summer session. Social 1 'X -1 savoir-faire garnered from this position put him, who A was formerly of the great o en spaces where men, etc., ' A ' ll in the limelight as the hanssome dashing sheik of the ' "L I fl ballroom. Toot assures us that as manager of next year's X ,'i. .N 3 football team, hots will be bigger and better, and 3 P 'l cheaper. One of the four horsemen. X C A AAIIP, Pro Concordia, BITE, .-lIena':2'an1.r. Froflz Bruc- , ball ll lf Proc Nzlqlzl Commillce ll lf Soph Bam uel Com- ' .Q ' miilec l2l f Chairman Soplz Club l2l f Inlcrclamr lSlwin1nz1'ng if 3 ..,' X' l f2lj I nlcrcla.r.r Baakellnall Ulf l"'ar.ri1fy Bamcball Squad Ulf , 'QL 3 H Trcrwurcr Y. JI. C. J. Ulf Y. JI. C. J. Council qjlf ,E V 'Qi 2' Dircclor Frorlz Camp Ulf Claw: V ice-Prcmidcni cjlf ' gf . Junior Prom Commfflce Ulf Jlcmber Board of Conlrol ' X 'gy cjrlj Illfcrprca' Slaj' Ulf d.r.r1'.rfa11l Jlanngur ofFoo1'l1all Ul. i fi Q . e 1 ' ' . ll .. - l ll It 1 - lg k N X V, ....,,, VX ,,,, T gk' il iff l' 1 "e"'f'fi' te', i O 'T jlxilfpif'ffQf.ffQfQf'fffQ.Q.fQQ ig j,,,g.jijggggjjgj'igjgj fl 1 J, f O ' ff jgi 4 Wm 'i"'m'i"'A'i""'Mi ' i Ll W 3 wi. il , . . vi I , . K ' H ' A ll . QI . iv l ' ' ' Xp. l 'fill 57:7-M I ,infgt .1 Q. Q31 XVILLIAIW BISDEE TURNEY Q Oswego Ark gg I. ' 2 Kendrick Hall V! Bill has a well developed bump of humor, as all his 2 friends can testify. Nloreover he's a musician of no 15 ' mean reputeg plays the second violin in Billingham, -5 if , l lenks Bl Turney Co., which company frequently regales , if., the dwellers in the Dorm far into the morning hours. Q QE , 'J' A Can take a joke, as well as play one, and that s some- Qf ii, Q thing. Talks of being a pharmaceutical engineer, what- rf ,eo , fglf ever that may be. Sounds musical, at any rate. We I Troulnadounr. Glee Club CI, 2, 3lf College Choir l2l,' if l"-l N . . . . 4. 9 Jlixezl Clmlr cjlj Y. JI. C. rl. Fmalzclal Campalgn is to ! mg I Z-91 .I f ' 'Nl X . 4 'lil iw 5 11 STEM wg 4 16? e e 31 W 'Si gill 2 -3' 1 EG, I 'fr' , I-l'IJ1'l':.:::L:g:',g:i:g::::rfL1::i.?:' 'l317 'Til lgf""T1i.1T.'Lf'L1T.f.l-1LTiZ.'ZT.'.iImT'..'g.i.1Ill1iTfYZ'l'ILi21L'IQS " V9 1 rig FTMUis6iElQa9si"Q,Qff1?fiQ.Qfpg: ..fws.a,.caifef:afoa simizzwofflzria:s:f1.f.!f:"V 102 r I S . ga. .v J. .- cf'fqZZSXz,-,,..,.,.,,..,-..,,.-.-- . ,. ,, --,.-.-,,.-.,--.,--..- 1 3 6 i .M ,. ix . A W '--1'-- - 'Y' ' A fA1y e-'r'-'f'M'- M- 1 - . H. . .. ..,. 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Is never known to miss chapel on any P' ef I. dlays but Nlondail and Vtlednesday, and then not more "1 t an twiceawee . QQ? W i AACD, 9112. Y. JI. C. d. Council UL' Glue Club Q2, 3J,' Sir In1ercla.r.r Swmznzfng Caplain Q2, 31: Facully Cafes 4' Commiflcc C351 Varzrily T rack Squad QZJ. if " i L33 ai il Q! .- ll , . ' 70 1 ' Y, gli .-,N X ,4- li Fi K V sl ei ey il zz S3 1:1 1 ,..- ., , A I l A ,131-'M-N'- ---f -ee- -- ---4-f-- -- ------'--A------v", ?1'j9h'TYi?Q345-- '----'-- -V-A ---f - V- A--V-M' , ' 3 R ..11-.Q,gsfms-...M.se.....m-..m..L.m.-s,,r,.,emM. -.. . ,.-. H1, 5. -, 'gl' f g' KY, .m.f.,...-.1-...fm-1, Q me --M--. 1 f' I is g,,--...-..M-.H .... .....,.,.--.-..-, ,... - ,sf Nj P I is I gf 1 WM.-. ,.W.,. e.-.-.e.......- A KS-A A if X'1?:Qi?h:1,yG'-.tf:f' 1 .eg Ms. .ew like 'nw 'e 9' sf 5 we S3 5 ff? 1 2 i i l l 6 E 1 A 1 A , 'ET figfl Rte is ...Q v 59. Tirfl ll QS" 351 Yr Q WILLIAM BOARDlWlAN XVALLACE Rochester Arif 477 Park Avenue lvee is the social secretary of the DKE Frat Club. Al- ways in need of a com anion for a hot date. .At other times, the little mite seils patriotic belts and buckles to the collegiate community. His inhibitive musical talents have rendered the ivories of the Deke music box hors de combat. Connoisseur of "Horace" and other weird tales. A man of mystery with furtive and frequent comings and goings. His greatest contribution to science was made in the capacity of assistant engineer on one of Bro. Buck's arks. Hopes to become a funeral director and is working up an atmosphere in the summer E C7 5 94 time by mowing the campus of the Alt. Hope marble , farm. C D AKE. II11I'l1I7IllI'l'11 Baxcball C2, 31. ,: .1 Q Q sg SD. 5 Q r 3 H as 5 pp R M A 105 K, cp. .t f X :.i .xi N.. . ,QR . SQ I .Lu 9 U 3 i,.. V, -4... ,, JN -2,2 5. Y, .iff 'QR' K, 1 .J 1 ,x .9 .., ? i Sri fc- ii K 1 .-X ' ,fp . ...N il tx' O. 'z .:' fi Y", I 5 ll ,!i. su-I ,Q 41 -N22 tif! Llp hr 3. 'N l V4 1 'ff . ll :s -ww' -Q f Q, .15 4'-ij is as ii is 3 i l 5 . i I i N X L it " 'Q .ei 5 gl, iig- al U I W. FORREST WATKINS ? px Nlount Nlorris x -... Arla' g ,--ps 58 Rutgers Street . Ibi I g , Rf! f , Forrest hails from the high and dry village of Mount ' ,fi J Nlorris. He came here a good boy, and the citv has had ' til. no contaminating influence upon him. He's very l popular with the Fair Sex, and boasts that he's dated up F for weeks ahead. Yvorried over whom to talce to the lt.-Q Prom-the Dizzy Blonde, or the Fin de Siecle Brunette. ,l Inclined to take the Fin de Siffcle. Shocks his Profs 1 lsr occasionally by coming to class too early. Says he al- i Q5 ways goes to lectures when there's no place else to go. Cy, Q r 5. ir. l i l Q gf iii i 1 'Yi I" .Q-'-M fir .--"' fx f- fs l A ...V .--.--.-----fmw1aqsfifgsr...--------.-.-.-e.---..w-..f4 4 ex ra: -sor, .fQQ'QQL'..g,LQl.QQ-. o Q5 Q32 5 xii. Q- cf . QQ 45 KW' 3 tr fs- Qi CHESTER MILLER WHITE i 55 Rochester K4 Clzclnflriry 77 Grand Avenue Chester entered College determined to imbibe Culture. Loves girls, especially the Old Fashioned Girl, which type he says is fast becoming extinct. Although Chester i f' IIfl'4iTlIllT11'.f'.ILIZQLZIIZTLIIllITSITLRZL-l:',Zff:l.'fl".i'l.' f1T,I.i l hasn't shone in athletics, it is not because of lack of 2 ability, but tor want of time. He's strong for the "mens ' Sana in corpore sano'f stuff of which Doctor Fauver so D if often speaks. Is an inveterate bookworm. Always in " the front rank when asked to do or die for Good Old U Q ol R. Qui ., I I 3 I ZW li WSH Q . 9 . liifigggizifliifgggl.. Q!L:.':,i.g'...Qi:Qf.ii.:'5xI 'P 'YE xii' ? kyj,-'is-Y 'lg YQYXLS- "5 :,.,..--TJ' ri ffl, 'QQ 'v:af.Sr.:-' fi i3'Z351.ct1fg tr, 'ig 5 Q? R Q' Ei is E2 CT . C. Ci V5 Q is 5t.sf4A Gamifi if swim ff' .,.,........-........-...v...-i-.---'-------'----,--N.-----------.-- as -rji-14 VY 104 vu gifilkwli inet' QWXKQJ lf72.b'Qf' M233 4321539 tiff uf 66525554 666.9 MES? KSFYSQLJP M9693 Qfxxi .85 1'lT'1T"I".T2IllI.'lTTl...,.1..T'.. ' ,.Q... """"', - , ' ' 1 W' - Y ,:,, , , W ,-Y Y--4' - j l1'ifl'.2'l:"""i'-"""'i1.'T """"""TTf Zilillffffl. 'viii ,lg .V 'Nl' Uv il 51+ .a px 'X 2, si li 5 .S 3 i D J D . Dt U L i D U Q . D D J -D 1 D. 3. D 3. U 3 . i v RIGBY NVILE New York City Arla' Dlcd at New York December 31, 1926. Life ehqrted out our voyages together for a time. Now, your ship rests in that great harbor where lie the Argo- sies of Eternity, at anchor. While we were mates to- gether, we voyaged on a happy sea. One night your ship left our convoy. And now cherishing the memory ot those glad days, we venture onward. IOHN JOSEPH WILSON, lr. i Rochester drlw 10 Xvilsonia Drive Few know that Gorgeous is an Eagle scout, but the truth is that big smiling lack has that coveted distinc- tion as well as being the last freshman to earn his Var- sity letter. Admits that he stays in college only to wax-ble, and lives ugeto his avowvl. Says someday he will have millions. rves as manager and time-keeper ofthat hot jazz ensemble, the Varsity Quartette. Course crabber and Doc Slater's only intimate-known to have spent six and three quarters hours on a half hour cluiz. A real triple threat man: singer, actor, and ath ete. "Ooh! There goes Number 291 ' One of the four horse- men. AKE, XP, QUE, Jlcndzbanir. Fro.rlz Fooiball QD,- Fro.rlz Basketball Ulf Prcmidenl of flze Frc.rhman Clam U15 Var.rily Track CI, 2, 51g Var.v1'iy Football CZ, 55: Junior Prom Commfilec C31 j Caplain-Elec! Foolball Ulf Glee Club KZ, 32: Collqqe Quarfci 12, 315 Dramallar Club CZ, 3J,' Wearer of llzc HR." fmmimmwmmmmmmfanwmmmrmowwmrommo 105 F 3 ll W '3. l ,. 1 . 45 -- fe. mf. 5' sr K' il , .- X .J . 1 ,-E,-,nr 4.. E - .... -M N, , -en on ,MM ..Y .,.. -, .,, .e,,.-r-.---.Qi.,-if'Ei3Ns.fs,,r-s ., ,W, runs-, , . , A , some,,,.,r,w,,,,,mMW E .E is rf - in lr: ifzzi,-.r i'i:ir:'::T?::i':i5::1ii::s:e'::::::1:.g:g::g i:gL'1:32ti.2i:: 'Z5.i'1:TTiT::1'1 "M"" I'Tji'1ijTlIII,ii111.I""'.1TI.lnITi7f'IiZTTI'fTfTIiT"" '- I 51 3 X . Q i ffm' 1 'Q HARLAN FRENCH YUST ' VZ' Rochester X 41l'f.r 3 555 Frank Street A Har, the Hope of Frank Street. Brought up on books. - If To Qnce thought ot quitting college to get married. De- r ' cldecl'to wait until 1929 betore enlisting in the "SO ' 5 Years -XVar."Keen tbr the Physical Educationcourse, and - . . -3 A 'Q is hoping that Doctor Fauver will pass him, by grace, fx EQ this year: If he doesn't, he says he'll go out for base- ' ball. Objects to being called a greasy grind. Loves the , squared ring. Says he'd sooner isten to a fight over the K if li radio than go to the movies. "Are those grinds readv ik' ,s ye ." ' if A f Clzairman Ff6rfhl71dIl Cap Cornlnawee fljf Fr0.rl1 f it ,N I Frolzc CD5 Soph Hop Conzmillcc QQ. 1 .3 lg, 51' ll ' QT on I if , l 'fl f ri:'g,9' 'exif LTA 'N ,ff x F1 gs. 1:2-ff-to F xiii ..,. jg. Y... -W . ,, in it it me l F35 11 J? -I Sis .- Vi gg 3 , i 3 l 5 N R35-' if fi THEODORE IOHN ZORNOW E it if Pittsford X 4111? , x 5 ' This is the Phi Bete legacy with the ready smile and the . : X, 1 Q V g rebellious locks, who avers that it is the duty g 'HQ ' of every Collegian to "bring himself to iuassf' Plunges fi I through the opponent's line at will an plays the hot Q' E gf corner with equal dexterity. Plays a mean game ot gg, ,Q fr A Hearts but gets rocked. Yvas girl-shv, but starred in Ki Astronomy under the egis of Fairbanlics, a co-scientist. 1' 'Q He now offers dating service for the D U house party ay-,Y 'E Q with a raft of Pittsford lnelles at his disposal. Guest Qi fri ,Q .,i' g soloist at Le Roy Glee Club Concert. One of the four lag. 'jj .5 horsemen. 1' fig 12 AKE, JIend1kanl.r. Fre.rlznzan Bmreball fljj FFCKFIIIIIHII it , Basketball Ulf Soph Banque! Chairman Q2j,' P'Hl'J'litll it T31 Foalball C2, 35: Cla.-nr Prerrzllenl UL' Iniercla.r.f Bamkelball i he ,J I' CZ, 355 Inlranzuml Ba.-'kellmll QZ, Klj Varxiiy Bmrcball 12, Ll 3l,' Trnuurcr Slm1'ern'.J" dir.roc1'al1'ol1 UL' W'earer of flw lyxzg HRX: 6 L .' 4 W' til 95 is in " E ,ff Nil sl tg' rs Qi Sol ,-... r..... .-.A.VAv..-W.......---,.--,,...--,--..,.,.-,r..,,.,,,,,,, ,,,sv,. H.,-K-mf", it ""e'j:""" " 'g:j""if""r':,i:sf':' 'r" " "j3i:"'::-jvr'j- "" 'jj' 7 H: 'Twig .'..':?'.'l'1'L."IL'l'lIl.."T '.:N.:'.f..''::'.f:.i::ggftijrlzzzglitlti:Lin fl mem 3 fl 'KD-QM fF1iW?i?g my emma-eww Q Q E, tones new er 106 ,-3 . x Q , , .v,. ., ...., ,.,.- , X , If X jx ,, , , ,. ., RAN., W ,knk k,,,,,,,, "N, 'x .xx 'T - , N' 'xt f x. , ' ' f ,A,g,,,,, W 7,4 N , ,, , K ,V -.YH-.,AM,,-' NNN-!.,2,x-v'gx..."' . Ji X K Y X VX V' W1 Il f PD U NN X N m 1' if , ? X , N f 3' x X fx ? 5 W 1-,SSW ll 1 , D -' J -vfq !1'f Q A p ' , J ., I ' x A ,A Q I, fs - X iii' N551-F' ' f- 1-- VI lml'lI's-l"""' - ill f A ' ' s ,x-. I X XZ, I X ff' lf" fx I Wihmfn' Y + fag 'L' I si: b I 1' x'!1. l K W X i 'e- If if f Yi i 'A" - a x 0 R X "VVhen this boy a sophomoie wasi An awful follgh was he,- ' gl..-L - --V ----,-- f fff- - Y f--- b -- ---f-----1--V----V----------W----..-,-V-. .Y.-Y,.. SOPHOMORES fxvgrw NJ-'D Q, DH,-2' Nm Qin: QQ' fb 'Y -. ,.,,,,. A A. W- . --,--- ..-W X A,-,..,., , ,L., ,, ,E , A 'K ' , f-'Tr W . ,: A fv' A xn , ' xg f u 1 . xg x' K W - X x V- .JW .Class Officers fp," f 2 . , A 1- , .1 .4 1 4 x n n 1 w ix. l yn 3 '13, 5 2 x F, Q5 4: , .C r., fi 4, I fi?" 3 f in LQ 1, 3 1,5 X, fi EQ- H 1 YQ, lf L rf 'iff y js P, Hp Z' Q .-X. ,f v ' xpgi ,E Q ft: f KF- fvx V 1 '32 X 4 1 1 g ,' 3' ..2' 5: 1 M, if 1 'T' Sli, 1 2? Wi: -.QU L lf, M 1' fi' if . 15 :if KENNETH G: IQUGLER GEORGE E. ULP HQ: fa Prafldenf Vzce-Prewzdent K vi, i L ' xfh. "lb I , .ew :T J ii g h f 'A A A iii: Q 'Liv' Q WIN , 'E Sf - 5 .D 2 RN i I E Qi QS sr, if J it a, Af Q 1? E 5 'F "9 wwf. a eil! Q Q I A I J I 3 LQ' ff , f' 'H wg: A if Ev ig Q., lijxg PAUL A. LEMBCKE I. EDYVARD XVATTS Q i Q Secretary T rea.fu1'er L, 'VS fr 5 - Q 5 A 'KX E3 A ffl? :fx 3iff?:'EffTlf12FTTfl:-111::::gE::Q:.::i,1z11,- 'C-qxlg:Qp:"::::rg.::t::Trf:::.1ii:ii:.:l'::trtr:::::::' :::::f t:.::::::::r ix' I v Aff 1453-EQ 5'-Q2 s- A 2 S wha QLEA Qisifm if Y: 9495693 6 Q h fd , --- ..-W , ,... ,,.--.---.,..-.,--..E,,EJ 108 ,.......- 1 f" ff, ml 1 1. .'! .IJ .ME Q..-f'iEX?N-.2c...u., W... , .., -.-cc .... ,W ., . - ,, . .-,,m,m ..,.-..,...,..., N., .. ., . fix l l 'FLY :V- K. faux 5: gi' t. 1 mf 4 I It ,i ,E , W, . A C -'F 5 553393135 rbgisw? trffafifi if ' cfs EJ' tj.i7E93Ef xi Zigi? ,A ligiifksifa a fgnggos ap.. 3 iilfnfl.I2:T,li1fflIT:-iff1.-::jT.'::1.1T.Uf.2lZ:f.f:4L:.::::1:f:.-lzlilai1i::.tf3..l:21.ffS1.iii?-ii?-sL:l'.:.:ilf'i,:..f Mhnukx i-.Lid-fLi:li:.:-if PAV' l'..T.I'.L:.iIfff1Q:'..fMm fffliasfzff-fl',lfffTQ-ixliffghf1'li.f..' , 5, gy History of 1950 we A defeat in the field of interclass competition explains the fine spirit of co- S,f5,1 ff operation which the class of 1950 has manifested during this past year. 1 Qi. ',.V f The Sophomores, some forty strong, gathered to humiliate the novices in the iltgg Elf .3 Proc Night battle of last September and had to quit the field defeated but not E 'ff f lil ll disgraced. Outyelling their opponents due to the re-enforcements ofDemon Rum, .1 Y !i the second year men encountered with disastrous effect a group of F reshies three gift gd Q times as large. ff gi Q 5 And the Sophs are not at all unwilling to admit that this articular Freshman E fp fig 1 clixss cvixqpigsed sqjme qjf thi toughlestkboys lthis side of Hobollliefn. Foilir ex-pugil- U is s, a a ozen itts urg ers,a u ing, ut amorous yout romt e environs 11 S of Boston-all conspired to give leadership to the other pea green gentry. Every- . pa-' 11 body knows that even a hundred dummies can handle a handful of inebriates-so LS' 1 thertidei of bafttle tqurrfd to tllie Class of 1951. ff Qs: e oss o t e ig t on t e Cam us, however, precluded dark forebodings for g, fill thfilFrishp1e1a. T515 Sqpfsis massed their azttienltlions toward taking the Flag Rush, l 1' an ta e it t ey i . gra s vouc sa e t at never before had a ole been so 'Ur valiantly defended, while the outnumbered Sophs lashed themselves Fo the mast . tg! and undressed the yearlings as they came. g Evening the count in the interclass competition was the incentive the Class 'g y ii K of 1950 needed to re-establish its prestige and the countenances of its members. lg gx Q Triumphs in athletic competition, maintainence of traditions and the holding ,Q G la' Qp of singgests werf: iptegupted only by thqislaccesiful cogduct of the Frosh Banquet ll ka., MQ in t e ounty ai. ut 1930 was satis e to ave t e yearlings in jail, and la- if "' :V nlentedhthe ffacththat there are io few focfaiioris for fget-togethers in congenial Wg X a mosp ere ort epresent mcum entso t e ow iesto positions. 'gp fp 1 Soph Club afforded delightful diversion for the members and enlightenment for ,airi- fgk the guests. some of the Frosh were guests at all sessions, learning some little QQ? lesson each time. Qthers needed but a single application ofgred hot electricity and I. ,ig ala Sigma Delt sandwiches to convince them that the "straight and narrow" is a like 1 beautiful path. ' LCE? l Nevertheless, there are some members of the Freshman class who objected to Soph Club as of no particular good. The second year men forsook the pleasure of 5 :Al retortxng in kind and turned their attentions to planning for the Soph Banquet. MXN Without a single hitch, and with as dlstinqulshed a representation of faculty gi EW members as has ever graced the boards of an underclass feast, the Sophomores M39 lf' K dined in Canandaigua. The banquet was attended by more than seventy class fl j 'fll membersand when no Freshmen turned up to provide entertainment, the revellers M weriupliaqhged to invade the local playhouse and taunt the townspeople with il .vi co 1 c songs. Ms. gmt The Soph Hop proved a tremendous social and financial success with the Q delightful innovation of dual orchestras. Prizes in the Soph Ex, Dewey De- 5 as I clamation Contest, went to Robert M. Hennesey and Clarence A. Yvoocl. Fred- 'iii .sy erick YV. Conner and Allan M. Glover were elected editor-in-chief and business gl .r- j tg' manager respectively for the 1950 Interpres. 1 The Class of 1950 suffered the loss of a fine classmate and companion, Allan . E - Yvynne Sitzenstatter, during the Summer of 1927. "Sitz" had been class trea- lg igy surer, chairman of the Frosh Frolic, and a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon and r Q 5 if Pro Concordia. To succeed him as class treasurer, Edward Watts has been elected. ! A ' D Kenneth Kugler is class president, George Ulp is Vice-President, and PaulLembcke - D is Secretary. ""' 1 I.G. in vii EQ ,XX S233 -T-i"n"2i3'5-3'-4LAT'l-J31'--i4T'i1Tf3---V-A-7717733--iff-T17 JL? '--- A :.:1::rr::::::n2:::::.1:::l:t::-1:-:::::::i:'::1:g,::::1'-Lif 'll 3 arm rsr.1mw..:s.aaaifaaswaasa ssasiiessuaa rmsii .family 109 ' M " "ww" iLfI3fmfT""'w"' I A - , ix ,fs GTX f K., Xi' .-.-..... .,... --,,.... ,...,-,.,., ,,,-,, .-- we X VH , t P fp . .J . 9" ' feng. I '- " A Roster of the Sophomore Class Iames K. Albright . . . . Ioseph Tomlinson Anderson, 9 A X . Raymond Peter Anderson . . Benjamin Arbesman . . . Iohn VVillis Barrett, 9 A . . Nelson Philip Beck, E AE . . David Ellwyn Bennett, Ir., 9 X Charles VVilliam Blackmon, A T Felix Louis Blowers, E AE . . Herman P. Bothner . . . Edward Harry Brayer . . . Vklilliam Francis Bristol, B A I' . Harold Yvalter Brown, A T . Fred Arthur Bryan, E AE . . Robert Roydon Burrage, 9 A X Alorris Iacoh Cape .... Iames Stahmer Chapman, A 1' Kenneth LelVlay Chasey, E AE Harrison Iohn Christgau, WT Charles Erwin Clark, B A 1' . Franklin Xvesley Clark . . . Richard Blair Clayton . . . Richard Yvatson Collamer, 11" Y Lloyd Nelson Combs, E AE . Frederick Yvilliam Conner, A KE Iames Nvilliam Cook, E AE . Ioseph Samuel Corsica . . Arts . .,.. . Roclzexier Ch. E. Clzurclwille Arts . Scohirville Arts . Rochemfer Arts . Rochemfer Arts . Rochemfer Arts . Piffwford Arts . Raclzeffer Arts ' . Rochwier Arts . Brooklyn Arts . Roclzenfer Arts ddafm' Bafin Arts . Buffalo Ch. E. . . . Roclzemfer Opt. . Greerytield, zyam. Arts . lVeb.r!er Arts I. ROCll8d'f8l' Arts . Rochemier Arts . Roclzewier Arts . Rocfzafler Arts . Rocfzemfer NI. E. . Rocfzerrler Arts . . Roclzarfer Ch. E. . Rochetrfer' Arts . Rochewier Arts . Roclleffer Arts . Roclzewier 110 iiL li' Ir,- ur. I" I 'f' If I 1 I l lfI.Il I:N:,, 'I is U. I nw. I 4 , I I I':x If, 1. C, if I I Iv, 'K 'X' ei lI-f K 1 I, II II , ,.-X II II rl IPA ,. . g xg.. .I .A tx " : N, IIS: IIX33 1, I, :If-57 ig gl. Ilix-SN USCA ,lk I,Y ICQ Iog .J s.- 1 Av Irf' , If? I XXI . A IW IIS 'I .sr 3555 IO ,mf I9 . ga I' :W Fa IW A- , ,, "fx , . 'I I Lg lm . -1. K-X I-A I I it Xl Aw, I- Uma 1912?-J wut-,vwmyseme-J ww L4 Kieran wawwzfea Edward Francis Delles . . Iacob Bernard DeYVeerdt . . Salvatore Francis Distefano . Clifford George Drullard . . Iames Thomas Dunn .... Iohn Norman Eggleston, 9 A . Walter Timothy Enright . . Samuel David Erckert, B A F . Charles Edwin Erdle, 9 A X . Robert Clyde Fair, A T . . . Nlatthew Elmer Fairbanks, 9 A X Charles Wadsworth Fairbanks, E AE . Donald Rutherford Farmen . . Maurice Darrohn Faugh, AKE . Russell Clark Garrison, E AE . Edward Percy Gill .... Leo Francis Gilman, E AE . . Alan Marsh Glover, 9 A X . . . Charles Francis Gosnell, B A I' . Samuel Grossfield .... Paul Ronald Guggenheim . . Iohn Guttenber .... Thomas Edwarg Hall, A Afb . Richard Cragg Hart, A ACID . Allen Franklin Hawkins . . Robert Mayo Hennessy, A Adv . Edward George Hoehn, Ir. . Robert L. Hood, AKE . . . Norman Diaynard Howden Q . . Arthur Samuel Howell .... Oliver Hamilton Hutchinson, ll' T Milton Iacobstein . . Q . . Frederick C. Iensen, LL.B. . . Isador Ioroslow .... Ioseph Iulius Kaufman . . . Harold Iames Kemp, GX . . . Gilbert Hall Kirby, 9 X . . . Raymond Everett Kirkpatrick, A KE Robert Fowler Knight, GX . . Roswell L. Kosboth .... Iohn Kraai ...... Iulius Kravetz ..... Kenneth Gordon Kugler, A Adv . Leo Kuimjian ..... Braynard Ernest Kurkowski . lVilliam Lister Lake, GX . . Elmer Francis LaLonde . . Donald Burton Lamb, AACI1 . . Rosswell Silas Langlois, 9 A X . Saul Charles Lapides .... Herbert Alfred Lauterbach, 9 A X Charles Lavrakas ..... Arts Arts Arts Arts Arts Opt. Arts W QA QEKQ QSQERT' . Lima Roelzewfer Rochewler H o l laizd Rochemler en, Conn. Rocllefier Opt. . Long Irland City Arts Rochemfer Arts Rochewier Arts Roclzefler Arts Roclzea-fer Arts . Greece Arts Roclzemfer Arts . dlbion Arts Roclzerfer Arts Palmyra Arts Roclzeeter Arts Roclzeafer Arts Rocheofer Arts Roclzeoler Arts Roclzefler Arts Roclzewfer Arts Brighton Arts . Vicfor Arts Pillaford M. E. . . . Rochefler Arts . . Knowlewille Arts . . . Fillmore M. E. . . Roclzewler Arts Briqhlon Arts Roclzeaier Arts . Genexeo Arts Roclzewfer Arts . . . Canandaigua Arts . . . Silver Springw Arts Rocl1e.r1'er Arts Rocheofer Arts Roclzewier Arts Jlineifo Arts Penjield Arts Rocl1e.rz'er Ch. E. . . Roclzerier Arts Roclzarier Arts Roclzerier Arts . . Euclid, Ohio Arts . . . . . Rochemier Chem. . . . Cleveland, Ohio Arts . . New Bedford, f7Ia.r.r. Arts . . . . Roclzewfer Arts . . . . . Rocheffer Nl. E. . . . Roclzetrler team ffnyere mmm am saw Q9 111 Paul Anthony Lembcke, E AE Iohn Yvilbur Lynes, WY . . Diikhail Constantine Alavrides A George Anderson lW'1cGill, 6 X Graham Charles lV1ees, 'FT . Gordon Richmond Aliller, A T' Grant Simpson lN'liller, 9 X . Herman Nlinzenmayer, 9 A X . Nvilliam Frederick Niccolay, Ir. Benjamin Emmett Norris, GX . Iohn Donald O'Brien, A T . Emmett Francis O'Neil, A KE Iohn E. O'Reilly, Aim . . Gifford Phillips Orwen, A Adv . George Bruno Patrizio, GX . . Robert Hamilton Peckham, 9 A X Gilbert Iohn Pedersen, C-DAX . . Aiahlon Yvalter Pomeroy . . Iohn Richard Pucher , . . Frank Nlichael Rago . . . Frederick Vtlillard Randall, Q A X Louis Rappaport .... Charles Lewis Resler, E AE . Ernest V. Ring ..... Richard Owen Rohlin, Ir.. A Adv Lynn Amos Royal .... Raymond Harold Schwartz . Clarence Dalton Scott . . Raphael Shochett . . . Samuel Shulsky .... Lloyd Alhert Smith, 'I' T' . . Lawrence Henry Smith . . . Richard Scofield Smith, A T . . Herbert Benjamin Snelgrove, GJ X Angelo Syracuse ..... Lyndon Harwood Thatcher, 'P' T . Gerald Patrick Troy .... George Edwin Ulp, A Y . . . Donald Newton Valkenhurgh, E AE Lenard Edward VanDussen . . Bert Allison VanHorn, AACD . . lVlanning Eugene VanNostrand,Ir., A Y Alfred Baumer Yvangman, B A I' . Iohn .Edward VVatts, A KE . . Dana Alexander Yveeks, A T . . Roger Daniels Yvellington, A KE . Clarence Arthur Yvood .... Yvalter Henry Yvright . . . Theodore Yates ..... Ralph Cady Yeaw, A KE . . . Eugene Gregory Zacher, Ir., AT . .W 11 Arts Arts Nl. E. Arts Chem. . Arts Arts Arts Arts Arts Arts Arts Arts Arts V. E. Cpt. Arts Arts Arts Chem . . Arts Arts Arts Educ. Arts Arts Arts Arts Arts Arts Chem Arts V. E. Arts Arts Arts 151. E. Arts Arts Arts Arts Arts Arts - . Arts Arts M. E. Arts M. E. Arts Chem. . . Arts M-.,,,N V - , s,,..,,, P, 2 . Rochewfer . Rochemier . . Greece . Caledonia . Roclzarier . . Bergen . . Roclzewler . Spencerpori . . . LeRoy Hellqlzfwlocvn, IV. J. . . Rocl1e.rier . . Roclzewfer . . Roclzemfer . . Roclzewfer . Oakmonf, Pa. Iyaierbury, Conn. . . Buffalo . . Franklin . HerkL'mer . . Holley . . Clzurclwille . Roclzewfer . Roclzewler . Coldwater . Rochelrfer . Roclzewfer . Rocfzarfer . Scolirville . Rochemier . . Rochewler . . Palmyra . . . flkron Ruilzerford, N. J. . . Roclzemfer . . Rocharier . Pougllkeepwie . . Rochewier . Rochewier , Rochetricr . Rochewler . Sea Breeze . . dlluzny . Roclzemfer . . LeRoy . Rochewier . Roclzcmier . Roclzealer . . Pilz'.ny'ord . . Roclzemfer Jlfddlebury, Vi. . . Bufalo fu ax num IUMA IIIIIIHII II 'Mun ummm J III I 1 Sq Mk ' ll V , Zi m glwuh Y, , H A Hgwx affaz yl 4. M 129: ' 1 W' ,ww w J k 1 f Inf Il " x, I I 2 ' Nr' L' , is X L. F HNOW when th. ii- Q?" ,1f,... ,IjiTlihij"E1Fgi:3nfffhman waS, -ff mm ' ' Q25 XVILLIAM I. MILLER Pl'6IFl'lf8l1f ROBERT S. NIOEHLMAN S6lTl'?fHl1V 1 I Class Officers K, -NX PETER I. BRAAL V1'ce-Prelrident IOSEPH C. XVILSON Treasurer L .. .-.V,., ,,,.,,. . xv., .,.. ,,., L.- ,Y--X: , I f U - , N L.. A I ' X 5. L, 2 I I ,I I., -QTL" Y, a K x In ,. . I .. -M, , E .. - E . XL W..- 114 is 4 1 first class that ever entertained the idea of holding a banquet iii Sheriff Al Baker's shooting gallery right in the city. Dean Gale may be consulted as to the success of the aH'a1r. The Sophs sneaked off to a oneihorse burg, gulped their meals down in perpetual fear of invasion, and would have taken up permanent residence in the town 3 but, then, they had classes to attend in the morning. Our football team established the best record in many a year, and Coach Tom Davies kept his eye cocked on such stellar performers as Al Lorch, Ierry McGuire, Bob Burrows and others all season. YVon't they help the Varsity squad next year? Tell me another. Our basketball team enjoyeda mediocre season but we are looking forward to track and baseball, watch our smoke and excuse our dust. Iust glancing over the personnel of the most promising class in the college, makes one feel good. Bill Miller, our steady old president, sure led us through a stormy year with all this Proc Night work, and Bill is determined to see the thing through. Nliller wrote a smooth proc, Cask the Sophsl. Chuck Pritchard, Ioe Wilson, whose grandfather holds the grand golden key to Rochester, and Bob Moehlman, potential Phi Bete, are certainly welcome mem- bers to our class. lust leave it to Pritchard, Wilson, and Pete Braal, our ver- satile Vice-Prexy, to take care of all financial manipulation and '51 will be clip- ping coupons long after graduation. Bob may be de ended upon for all publicity for our dances and promises to learn the alphabet right side up. 4 Then one must mention Bob Burrows and speedy Morris Greenberg, who hocked the gats they formerly wore while living in Chicago for a pair of football and track shoes respectively. Bob has a cordial greeting for everybody, and they do say he ran the F rosh football outfit in a very efficient manner. Nlorry is out to break a few college records, and when one considers that he lists among his star performances a 95g hundred yard dash and 22M feet broad ump, he has an excellent opportunity to achieve his ambition. Of course Carl Fisher is working on The Campus, along with Lloyd Schermer- horn, Ioe Borsuck, and some other embryonic journalists, and when they receive the executive positions, watch the college paper take a step for the better. Amen. 1.13. . mm svmmzapnmamvmmem 115 N D Q n J .D Iacob Abramson . David Allyn, 'If T . . Donald Anderson . . . Ralph Alfred Barker, GX . . i William Beelj A B A I' .... Eugene Henry BeHage, lP' T . Carl Burton Benkwitz, AAQD . Walter Frederick Bent, A ACD . David William Bishop . . . Ierome Andrew Bishop . , Wilfred Bloedow . . . D D , Robert Hem-yiBechtold . D U D Ioseph Borssuk .... Peter Iohn Braal, A KE . . Henry Elyah Brayer . . . Glen Bucher ...... 9 . Robert Samuel Burrows, AACIJ . . Iewett Bonnell Butler, llf T . Samuel Byer ....... N Edward Byrne, BAP . . . A Maurice Cameros .... Arthur Barker Chappell, Ir., A ACD William George Churchill . . James Lawler Cole .... Harold David Corris . . . Todd Wheaton Coward, GX . Roy Smith Demenint . . . Iohn Ernnoth Deming, 'FT . U J U S Abraham Milton civin . . D U D LQG36Q26'3fQ26305LG3fwh52GWO'l26"9 - ...,-..---..44 Q., Avvuu 5.959 . Roclmrter Arts Arts .. Rocharter M. E. . Rochewter Arts . Rochewter M. E. . Roclzewter Arts . Depowit Arts . Rochewter Arts . Rochemter Arts . England M. E. . Rochewter M. E. . Rochewter Chem. . Rochewter Arts . Rochester Arts . Rochester M. E. . . Rochewter Arts . Lyndonville Arts Winnetka, Ill. Arts . . . Sweden Arts . . Rochemter Arts Jlewhoppen, Pa. Arts . . Rochewter Arts . . Rochewter Arts . Rocharter Arts . Rochwter Arts . Rochester Arts . . Rochewter M. E. . . South Byron Arts . . . . Rocharter Arts . . . Elizabethtown SIQMIQSGGYQQGTCQQGBIQXGHFWJ 116 ra E,Q95Q!Q.'95'Q!Q95Qf5.'9b'Q!L9'3Q'Jl55f'Q3lJ kJQ5x6Q9l9R5'Q!l'9R6Qil9?5Q1l9'5QJQ9KQJ l D a ,D Robert Edward DeRight . . . Chem. . . lVittianz.ron William Gibson Hayward Dobbs . Arts . . Auburn A Scott Westcott Donaldson, 9X . Arts . Norwiclz J l Iohn Heughes Donoghue, 9 A X . Arts . Roelzewter , George Thomas Drojarsky . . M. E. . .Rochewter N Clinton Edgett ...... M. E. . . Lima Milton Andrew Kimball Ellis, A T Arts . Rochewter Erwin Engert, GX ..... Arts . Lincoln Owen Elkins Fang, A T . . . Arts . Rochemter Carl Edgar Fisher, A KE . . Arts . Roehewter Dudley W. Flagler ..... Chem. . . Rochefter Kenneth Howe Fletcher, AACIJ . Arts . Roclzefter Keith Cortland Fowler, 11" T V . Arts . ,Brockport Samuel Gangarosa .... V. E. . Roclzewter Raymond Ioseph Gartland . Arts . Rocherter Michael Ioseph Gerbasi . . . Arts . Rochemter Andrew Giambrone .... Arts . '. Rochefter .D Don-Alonzo Gaylord Gleason, E AE Arts . 171 iddleport , Morris Hertzberger Greenberg . Arts . Chicago, Ill. A Leigh Silburn Greenfield, B A I' . Arts . . Fairport D Otto Christopher Hahn, B A P . . Arts . Rocherter l Wilber Lesson Hanks .... Arts . Attica 5 xvillard Edward Hardies, B A r . Arts . Rochwfef lack Harrison ..... Arts . . Roclzemter Edwin Willis Hart, A T . . . M. E. . Irondequoit Floyd Milton Hathaway, B A I' . Opt. . . Urion, lfich. George Philip Heckel, llf T . . Arts . . . Rochewter ,D ' Alfred Iames Henderson, GX . . Arts . . . Roehewter D Meyer Iustin Herman . . . Arts New Bedford, 17Ia.r.r. 1 Arthur Hertzberg .... Arts . . . Roehewter D t Leland Elmer Hildreth, E AE . Opt. .... Phelpm l Alan Muecke Hill, lP' T . . Arts . Wat W'eb.rter D ' Harmon Terrill Hinchey, A A111 . Arts . . Coldwater A Richard Mrick Hofman . . M. E. . Web,rter Frederick Hudson, 9 A X . . M. E. . . Roclzewter Henry Alfred Imus .... Arts . . . Rochefter Y Roger Yvatkeys Iackson, A ACID . Arts . Lexington, fllau. D , Brownell Ralph Iamison, AT . . Arts . . . Rochewter , Theodore Kelly ...... Arts . . . Rochewter , Harold Alexander Kelso, E AE . Arts . . Ea.rt Rochester D Norton Louis Kerstein . . . Arts . . Roclzeater A Edson Fuller Kincaid, A KE . Arts . Spencerport D Francis Iohn Kinney, GX . . E. . . Owego , Andrew Ernest Knauf . . Arts . Rochemter , Burdette Henry Koop . . Arts . . Rochefter 'D Harold LaVerne Kruger . . Chem. . . . . flledina Ralph Howe Lewis, B A I' . . Arts . . . Batavia D Albert William Lorch, GX . M. E. dlldron Park, Pa. Verner Richard Love, A T . . Arts . . . Rochexter D Lewis Hamel McGlashan . . Arts . . Rochexter Gerald McGuire, E AE . . . Arts WebJter D Ioseph Lennon McLaughlin . Arts . Roclzerter 'D Ioseph Edward McNett . . Arts . Rochewter Timothy Philip Malouf . Arts . . Jerumalem D LQGIQXGWQMWQRGTQZQQME FWFQQDQRQCQRGWFMGBFQXGBFWJ 117 , 1 X. 1 x.. tk is-' A. fl 1--1 1x. .1 -1 'IN N 1,. 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Arts . . Rac1'ze.rz'er L' 1 ff l Iohn Iven Nugent, A T . Al. E. . . . Rochemfer ' 1 Robert Gray Ocorr, A KE . . Arts . . . Pildgford iw George Emery Ogilvie, B A I' . Arts . xvorthville, Jlzklz. 11-' Donald Ross Phillips, E AE . . Al. E. . . . Roclzemier 11 f Arthur Claire Potter, A T . . . Arts . Pzfhuytord l' Charles Yventworth Pritchard, A Adv Arts . Roclzefier W 1tf' , f Raymond George Redman . . Arts . Rochexier Q 593 1 lj' Arthur Patterson Reed, Ir. . . Arts . Roclzcurfer i l W Ioseph Smith Rippey, 9 A X . Arts . Roclzemfer if Q C11 Fred Vernam Rockwell . Arts . Rocheffer E l David Seymoure Rubin . . Chem. . Rochetrler 11 1 'IX Robert W. Salter ..... Arts . . Rochemfer ETZQX i Raymond Frederick Savage, A AKD Arts . Rochemfer I 1 ' l Lloyd Schermerhorn, B A I' . . Arts . Racharier f l iff Arthur Garnish Schutt, 9 A X . M. E. . . Roclzewler 1 " 9' Arthur Howard Smith . . . Arts . . Roclzewier , Philip Bl. Smith, GX . . . Arts . . Cortland l Ronald Leet Smith .... Arts . W e.r1f Webxier Robert Dow Stannard, AAQ . M. E. . . . l7cll.rville ' if--3 Harmon Steele, A T . . . Arts . Clemomr .X QE.,- I Q, George Turner Stewart, E AE . Arts . Clzurclwille " QQ. I - Clarence W. Straub, E AE . Arts . . Webwler 'Q l' "1-' A George Nlilton Suter, WT . Arts . . . 1Veb.rfer - P' l it Milton Tatelbaum . . . Arts .... Elmira 5 Stanley Warn Tenny . . Arts Hyamlzingfon, D. C. MQ A -l Foster Thayer, Ir., EAE . . Arts . EdJfROCl18Jf6f lijl g lj Lester Carleton Thayer, 'FT . Arts . Rochemfer g Ioseph Purmort Traux . . . Arts . Rochewfer i ,N Clesson Nathan Turner, EAE M. E. . . . . Sodua' 1 ? ,Q Homer Arthur Turpin, A KE . M. E. . . Spencerporf 1 Willard Wadt, Q AX . . . ch. E. . Rochwfef l Frank Milton Yvaterhousep. NI. E. . .1 Rochewier X 1 ' Iacob Yveiner .... Arts . Roclzewfer , ,f lui Isadore Iohn Weiss .... Arts . Rochemfer K1 ' 1 Ralph Alfred Whipple, A KE . Arts . Roclzeder ' 1 Richard YVeiss Yvhite, 9 A X . M. E. . . . LeRoy Alan Rigby VVile .... Arts . .New York RSX Lot Spaulding VVilder, 1IfT . M. E. . . Akron 11 J QR Iustin Nlarlowe Yvilliams, E AE . Arts . Roclzexfer 11 F ' Lindsey Yvilliamson, AACD . . M. E. . . Rochemfer 'N gif' Ellsworth fared Yvilson, BX .' Arts . . LeRoy ,gil Ioseph C. Wilson, A KE . . Arts . Roclzewfer w' 1 George Albert Iohn Yvishart . Arts . Rochemier 13 Y Robert Ioseph Zimmerman . Arts . Rochemfcr 5f l 5 .af l l:LT:r::1i:1A Lili' J3:if1351331:'I:.1:::r.::1-i.Z':IT'Tfl'inn-tQt.TT:1Ti?.:11j.T::?Q'fEfQgtQ5.t1',1?:.iiTLZ'.ElfX1'5 2 QSILR 6 GFJMQLEEE? Q'QQ3+3SQii342E1 S 5 53 gggmggg 5 .1 tgjgig. 5 ,gQ,L,s 5,.,,gs3 1, 118 qw i C 3 1 F' t .JI u. Ili J , , ACTIVI Tl E S WME5?'gQ5?J5fmw Ra 1'7. li ole , .N ' VV' -I ' . l X .HH li .J V tl ll: ,Q l I ! . nf -:N :if l - -rx E f., -r f' .ml .ui .Qi lay wc? 'w- 'SH is 'l. .t K tif, 51fTjl'Q5i fi1f:77SQl5 5117771-Qfttl 'I1.fQ'7?5Xi fl? 5 .j'j5gEyJ. l'ixl,i1TS J Ti ,- .5 ffwilfzfe L . .. T"lfT"I.1TTTFTI'1T'QiiZTf'TZi1,i.ZlQ1IfI'Tl.. YY,.V. :ff If -L.A .V Y V V Qi. .lfcf :Q .T ..if,...., V,.'if:. . "T ,,, will 5 A 'Kell ' . in , il is l o l lf ll 9 l .I H, l is te' IAQ! I1 ' a l 512 A 1312 li :2 if Q ..: '! ll '+' E 5 :W QI? ll ft if: l l l l il up iff. THEODORE F. FITCH, '22 ARTHUR H. BTOEHLMAN, '28 EUGENE LOEVVENTHAL,,28 i Director Jlanager Leader b, Q, Tqiglf Fl. Zi . . . T qi, The UD1XVCFS1ty Musical Clubs ll gay 1, 1: K ll 5 l. ITINERARY 5, lg? Q l , Ianuary 6 Baptist Temple. Q. ,V Ianuary 19 Penfielcl Baptist Church. -of Ianuary 27 LeRoy High School. ti' February 6 Niid Year Alumni Dinner, Hotel Sagamore. 'N 'f February 11 Intercollegiate Glee Club Contest, Chamber of Commerce, -p A' ll Rochester. YW xg' Nlarch 7 Second Reformed Church. X March 16 Third Presbyterian Church. liljt. March 25 Hubbell Class, First Baptist Church. f lf Marcli 28 Brick Presbyterian Church. ' lll April 12 Union League Club, Chicago, Ill. X' April 15 Austin High School, Chicago, Ill. ilk? It April 15 Oak Park High School, Chicago, Ill. fig L i' 'f April 13 Proviso High School, Chicago, Ill. KJ lj, April 15 Oak Park Baptist Church, Chicago, Ill. QE ff, lf April 14 Niasonic Temple, Detroit, lVlich. 1 ls? H April 15 YVooclward Avenue Presbyterian Church, Detroit, Micli. .QQ April 16 Hutchinson High School, Buffalo, N.Y. gs fy- .gg April 16 Botlfolo Athletic Club. il gl gl April 16 Hotel Statler, Buffalo, N. Y. l April 18 Alonroe High School. Q fl? April 27 Home Concert, Kilbourn Hall. April 28 Hochstein School of lliusic. lixa' 5 Niay 5 Chamber of Commerce Community Festival, Convention Hall. E GIY2 ttf, f .FX l I - Q 2? 2 2 "Q, .'o" I l YQ 'E "is rfrj:-iff,ii1E.f11.LfQ-f.co A roof 119 , ,fffrix-.. 1 N W-1, A f:.E:M1if1"i. in L Nw 1 ,, S. 3 ..'l 5' ,W .A sl ' p 52 iii' ll li 'fx E51 1 191 lf? M, 'GQ F25 ffif Q2 The University Glee Club FIRST TENOR Walter Timothy Enright, 'so Leigh silbum Greenfield, '51 QQ Iames Hamilton Galloway, '29 Iohn Wilbur Lynes, '50 Yvalter O. Makowsky, '28 RN SECOND TENOR Herbert Arthur Eby, '29 Grant Simpson Miller, '50 Mathew' Elmer Fairbanks, '50 Arthur Henry Bioehlman, '28 Lg Donald Albert Garman, '28 Harold Garland Sliker, '28 ' 91 Harold Alexander Kelso, '51 Roger Parsons Vickery, '29 ' Iohn Ioseph Yvilson, Ir., '29 FIRST BASS Ralph Alfred Barker, '51 Harold Raymond Drysdale, '26 Q: Harold Chapman Bonner, '28 Charles Lavrakas, '50 'P Kenneth LelVlay Chasey, '50 Robert Stevens lV1oehlman, '51 Harrison Iohn Christ au, '50 Allen Hatfield Ottman, '29 ti p Ciarles Gregory Smith, '29 ' gp SECOND BASS Gerald Richard Barrett, '29 Eugene Loewenthal, '28 Adrian Buyse, '29 Frank Eugene Munson, '29 413 Alfred Iames Henderson, '51 Gilbert Iohn Pedersen, '50 QQ. Roger Watkeys Iackson, '51 Yvilliam Bisdee Turney, '29 of lil 11 W , , 2317: :'i.1'i:.Tfff'-T "ill -i1'li-323-i1'fHf::jlTX i':t::.:,:' '::g:ii'::::1::1::f::i :gif -:'1:r::'T:,:::'r:g:::Ig-r:::r::i?T'gl ' 'S ' 120 ,EH xg- f Ig, if fi :Zi 3 vase -33: 6,121 ,S 11 fax!! ,VH Q fi! fi K5 'y QW 'A 4115 :Liv Ng . . .sr 4:-fl FII f'! 4, 1 X , wa Q: ,vii us' 'JDK fbxrl H ii 5 I ff. 1312 cw -QI NL! "Wx 4 5 J J' 'D Ox ES Qi YV 1 ."'x1'-"- X L ,O O ,,Ay mi: X: . . .. ,, ,N , A 5, ' ' V1 X' 1' ,T L '. '52 5 . , wxux 'x"f3:iQ,RX. K ONHK. Lx xffxffx Q' " lf I X' Xi it.. ii!! IMS ur, i4 LX lx J Nf- R151 Q., . UI, 'Mi' iii .W ,fa- lik? LE" Wig, Ex i . I Q. E ,rx E2 Qs K.- 3 324 I .0 P9 ku. 545 im F' VK if , I L M QE: The Varsity Qual'fefte L FQ my MEMBERS HAROLD RAYMOND DRYSDALE, '26, Barffone G 'EN eff, IAMES HAMILTON GALLOXN'AH', '29, Fir.rf Tenor EUGENE LOEXVENTHAL, '28, Ba..-.f IOHN IOSEPH NVILSON, '29, Seromf Tenor k 9. QL G O' ii 6 'Ci J- f AR 'U P. Q - . I, gg Qs I CL r Q L SQ I A , Q93 1 fi 3, 1 . G' U f, L Of is Sie Q K X r -Sa"'w 4 fr iiiii 1t"g.f":':'5 'Jiri .Q :,1:1'i:f:,:1:3::'pg::::':'tg::.,:3f:lt1T.'?'f-'ggigwxx' O :':'t.:1:T 7'fii"it::rF'T:' 'f7Af:g:11'3L:1'3,1f .", ".' ' :Tit TTT? :'T'5',1'g: "f:':1m::7i:2, LF' 5:2124 :f,,i:.f, - K X r zifff' iff f ff 121 The University Choir TENOR Yvalter Timothy Enright, '50 Nlathew Elmer Fairbanks, '30 Iames Hamilton Galloway, '29 Arthur Henry Aloehlman, '28 BASS Ralph Alfred Barker, '31 Alfred Iames Henderson, '51 Charles Lavrakas, '50 Eugene Loewenthal, '28 Yvilliam Bisdee Turney, ,29 SOPRANO Iustine Nlerrell, '28 Helen Eugenie Scott, '28 Charlotte Sanford Van Alstine, '2 Sarah Ellen Yvoodworth, '29 ALTO Nlary Comstock Barstow, '28 Esther Iane Corwin, '29 Cynthia Gay, '28 Katherine Nlargaret Gehrke, '29 lW'li.lClrecl Elmina Hill, '28 5 ,- ig .ifwxfl N L" K K 1 .. f 5 :hfzu A-'Yciix Q ., :M i Eastman Sinfonia Crchestra. SAMUEL BELOV FRANK HILL, '28 CHARLES W. SIVERSON, '30 , Direcior Jlanager Sfudenf Conductor 'ff' 1 MEIW'lBERS ' , Ellis Atwater, '50 Kenneth Nl. Collins, '28 Anthony Donato, '51 Armat Frederick Duhart, '51 Vincent Harold Ewing, '29 Henry Freeman, '50 Iames Yvalton lWcBride, '51 ' Nlitchell Miller Frederich Mora Edward Nlurphy, '29 . Paul Phillips 1 Q Samuel Richlin 1 , Ez' P . .Hi :Ji ,K Turney Gibson, '51 Carl L. Rollinson, '51 Raymond Hasenauer, '29 Clarence Sauer, '28 Duane Haskell, '50 Charles W. Siverson, '50 Q Frank Hill, '28 Charles Frederick Stickney, '50 Charles Frederich Iacobs, '50 Carlton G. lvagner, '50 il 1 I h ,.Y, x . if ' 3 1' .fi 1 A N ' 4 'F l H! 1 QL-51, N W ' . Q -1 iilifi 7 ' W73"""333i'7i'7 'FF' 772' "'- - i""'-' 3 if" 075 'CVM' ""' 7773" ""' ' "HN" ""' """ " 'A'. . ":.1'i':'jL.'1g.i"'1':,'g1 "'s' 52. '.', :ii .1'.ii'g3ili.1.'.1i1,tL1:...p4.'..L:,''lat' l M A '- RJ!-AW-W-C-MWF-WmW i i 123 N . gegwwmmwwemwwmwmwu uemmwwmwwmwmwauq 1 4 Q 22 Q M J f A C t 4. D t LUTHER H. SMELTZER V LUCIUS L. PIOVVELL Q Q A The Interpres of Twenty-nine ' Q D Luther H. Smeltzer CA ' Editor-in-Chiqf N X Lucius L. Powell e D t Bu.rine.r.r Jfanager Q U . ig APPRECIATION S To T. Richard Long and Theodore F. Fitch for their valuable assistance in the C5 t preparation of this volume, the Editorial Board of The I nterprew of Tweniy-Nine Q A wishes to express its sincere appreciation. I Q D i Q D i C S3 C 5 . 5' 3 D C 3 5 D C 2? 'QB D t C 5 iemmxwwmwmzmmmmm SCQQGWQRGSCQQGWIQQGEFQXGEFQVJ i . 124 V I' xxx ,I .mt Q, ,,.. Kh 'x I wg: ,f,,, T Q! L 11 T' I 'Tj.ii.v,,-Tx -N 'gf' Li. 'kr fi is , Q Q, Zi! h"5i1g5,l - :E X f 5 X ----, E? i MKWLSL f.iflQQ'f'j-,H fc 9 A 'L M gl if x F ,QQ A, ei QQ, Q 'D U9 U f W Q C' EQ il U W Q E . QW SQ d1tO11i E '9- 3 Luther al BO 1 Q pa wma Ed. H. S ard L 4 'Q Ma m M P 'for-' melt ' Q' xg Ger2lAStraCKav A AAuSt.1I1-ClIl,efeI. Rob d R fghaa Ning iw-f'.f,,,1f1 Ble ' - Q, Ad,-ww met 'Lu Hfww Q ch lan B ' Bic f : 5 al-1 Uv Cun 4 K 3 Edw Cs I.'5C 1 Ke 1 3 ard P. 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WRYR? gf'f'f7Af"f:f::if4ffim:1-:l:3:?:,-L-21f:l::l.-----..........--....,.-.,..:.-.:...pale- khvl+ H... , 1'T::.:LTv'T:1.'M-"-l-l-'Q1-T-.,v'-'T' , , , . gil 2 TD 1 3 i Q 16" -G . 2 C' E1 S 1 fl. m Q1 1 Q G QE li? EQ MOE GINSBERG PAUL C. DURKEE eg? l Tu K 7 Q., Ci The Campus 1 '96 Puhhlrhed weekly by the JIen'.r College of drdr and Science M of the Univer.ri!y of Rochewfer 1 A MOE GINSBERG lv 5 Edifor-in-Chief S D PAUL C. DURKEE fi D Bu,rz'ne.r.r Jlanager all E il C 2 THE CAIWPUS Q' Q The Campum, undergraduate newspaper published weekly by the 1Vlen's College gl of Arts and Science of the University of Rochester, was established by the Class C, 15 of '75 who called it The Univemiiy Record. The first issue of The Record was lg published in October, 1875 and appeared monthly. In March, 1879 The Record ffl 1 JU became The Campuf. The Campum was published fortnightly in 18845 and in 1905 U it became a weekly newspaper. Q is 52 D C 'fl 5 Q E 'il G 1 we QWQWTQWGWWQWW l R 126 1927-1928 Editorial Staff MOE GINSBERG, '28 Edflor-z'n.-Clzfqf DONALD A. GARBKAN, '28 LUTHER H. SMELTZER, '29 P. AUSTIN BLEYLER, '29 171 anagin g Edffor Sportr Edifor Naam- Editor ARTHUR H. NIOEHLMAN, '28 Publicity Direcfor N1ax Astrachan, '29 H. Iohn Christgau, '50 Bernard Schneider, '29 Charles F. Gosnell, '50 Frederick VV. Conner. '50 Paul R. Guggenheim, '50 Emmett F. O'Neil, '50 d.r.rociaie Edl'f0f.F Isador G. Berger, '29 Carl E. Fisher, '51 Iacob Abramson, '51 N. Louis Kerstein, '51 David Allyn, '51 Robert S. Aloehlman, '51 Ioseph Borssulx, '51 Arthur P. Reed, Ir., '51 Henry E. Brayer, '51 Lloyd Schermerhorn, '51 Reporlelzr 1927-1928 Business Staff PAUL C. DURKEE, '28 A ' Bu.r1'ne.r.r Jlanager CHARLES E. BAHLER, '28 IEDVVARD I. SMALLEY, '29 ALLEN H. OTTIVIAN, '29 z1dl'8l'f1il'l'l1g Jlanager dmrzirlanz' ddr. Jlanager d.r.rzirfa11f13u.r. .fllanager CHARLES C. GIFFORD, '29 C'L'l'Cllltlfl'0Il Jlanager Charles YV. Blackmon, '50 Charles L. Ressler, '50 Herbert A. Lauterbach, '50 Henrv E. Braver, '51 lack Ha rrison, '51 zf.l'J'lJ'ftlI1f-0' Km ' 127 ,M We mu SW - ESSS , S WM, SHe,.Af1'?iZTgQ'Nt.Q,-,--hw,-...,,,-.o,,r.-,..6..,, l Qi??Z931:3 253559 fu'329"fTQ' 'LfiTf'3 if 353 hffifif 'N N Q 2' gilIllI1'.I'I'.:.ll'.lII,IL'I1ifZ:1'1:fQIffIl'.T'lfl.fllffliI:.IIlf.lI,2'.lfl'QfIfflf.l..':f,........."-'Y"":Q2l - 'EggJ':,S:..llf:lT...v."'-f:.I',:.'I'lf'fT".gf:'LTIlIT.l1TLIL"l.1':.'fLI'If:f. X 3 'E l I l E ' fl , 1 f 5 I I l Z I A l GEORGE A. HUTCHINSON Dzreclor DONALD A. GARMAN, '28 Jlanager ' The Associated Dramatics Club i OFFICERS Q Prewideni-CATHERINE AGNES BURKE, '28 ' Bu.rfne.r.r Jlanager'-DONALD A. GARMAN, '28 Stage ,f7lmzaggr.r-C. GREGORY SMITH, '29 i GEORGE W. BUCHAN, '29 ' MEMBERS Q Gerald Richard Barrett, '29 George Yvilliam Buchan, '29 Robert Roydon Burrage, '50 1 Donald Albert Garman, '28 Iohn Guttenberg, '50 Donald Albert Ienks, '28 Eugene Loewenthal, '28 Yvilliam Hobart Mitchell, Ir., '29 3 Harold Garland Sliker, '28 Luther Hager Smeltzer, '29 ' William Bisdee Turney, '29 Iohn Ioseph Wilson, Ir., '29 Adelaide Elizabeth Dorn, '28 Ienny Grada Elferink, '28 Marjorie Duffield Ferris, '28 Louise Gelli, '28 Ruth Ellen Haines, '29 Ethelyn Grace Koepke, '50 Helen Ophelia Partridge, '29 Margaret Robson, '29 Lorraine Marie Smith, '50 Mary Ieannette Williams, '50 Sarah Ellen Woodworth, '29 Sara Gertrude Zisser, '29 mQ26e' 5QeMs Dal as 5-mer ray ,Q 128 l 1 ' THE DRAZVIIATICS CLUB "A1rs. Bumstead-Leigh" A Comedy in Three Acts bv HARRH' SMITH Prewmferz' on Friday Evening, Jlarclz 50, 1928 CHARACTERS UF THE PLAY Anthony Rawson . . . Q . . . Nina .......... Kitson . . . Iustin Rawson . . Geoilfrey Rawson . Bliss Rawson . . . Airs. Leavitt . . . Airs. Bumpstead-Leigh . Airs. DeSa1le . . . Violet DeSalle . . . N112 Leavitt . . Peter Swallow .... . CHARLES LAVRAKAS HELEN PARTRIDGE . . XVILLIAM TURNEY . MATTHEW FAIRBANKS . GERALD BARRETT ETHELYN KOEPKE . HELEN MARIiS . MARIORIE FERRIS . IENNIE ELFERINK LORRAINE SMITH . XVALTER ENRIGHT . . . ROY LINGG SCENE TIATE Living room of the home of Act I. Forenoon in Flay. Iustin Rawson Act H. Luncheon time the same clay. Act U I. Afternoon. 129 5 Q TD I I f U A ,K ,,,. , -I A,A, ,. ,,,A L A ,DQ ce J- 'H , we L , L g'ji"T",1' 'Q"""lI.L'L"'i'l""' ""'Z4"fA2Tl"-lZ3"' -- .,, ,A , -:alfa Y Y '--qfgi?D- ' t ' 'Y - - --fa ' ' - - - - - QF?- Tfl ' Cn tif! A tx' if IG S 1? 'il Q Q Q T me I Q I Z2 I GT ROBERT M. HENNESSY CLARENCE A. XVOOD I ,Q F ire! Prize Second Prize Qt -5 p The Dewey Prize Competition' I t Little Theater, Jflemorial dr! Gallery, February 25, 1928 1 Q . Ni I Perils of Progress ........... 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In .the case of exceptional merit in more than one member of the team, the A Committee on Awards has the power to determine whether an additional award -D shall be made. ' ' In case it is decided that there is no member of the team possessing the qualities 8 necessary to deserve an award, none will be made in the sport for that year. l 1927 GOLD AWARD WINNERS -D l IOHN A. SHANNON U 5 Football .D 3 IOHN L. COSTELLO I. ORION PAGE D ' Baweball Track , W. SIDNEY Trrus WALTER H. TAYLOR A D Baueball Track Q D A U D D A 5 D umwzmfmmrvcfamszmmam gmszmmammvfsfmmmxmmva l 151 . X ' 2 ip Xxxj? mr 1' ' ex mf rss N tQX. Tom DAVIES GORDON M. lx'lEADE Coach Jlanager Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester 13 18 54 46 19 14 7 7 158 Varsity Football 1927 SEASON Alfred 0 Hamilton 0 Ken von 6 Buffalo 0 Clarkson 15 Union 20 YVes1eyan 0 Hobart 35 Opponents 72 Oct. 6-Rochester snr. Alfred, at Rochester Oct. 13-Rochester v.r. Hamilton, at Clinton Oct. 20-Rochester mr. Yveslevan, at Dliddle- town, Conn. Oct. 27-Rochester snr. Buffalo, at Rochester October 1 at Rochester October S at Rochester October 15 at Rochester October 22 at Buffalo October 29 at Rochester November 5 at Schenectady November 12 at Rochester November 24 at Rochester 1928 SEASON Nov. 5 Nov 10-Rochester mr. Union, at Rochester Nov. 17-Rochester v.r. Rensselaer, at Roch- Nov. --Rochester rar. Oberlin, at Rochester ester 24-Rochester sur. Hobart, at Rochester WARREN W. COLLAMER MAX L. DUNN Co-Capfafn Co-Capfaffz X X A V , A A, V 5 ft! m f,Qf,', ., .... ., Y.. 1 152 F. Lamont lW'TcNall, '29 3.f"iTigv'xg A W .1 . ., .- .f 1- . ., ,-vw - M .--af-'M fi-Inf 'Yr f ... ' ' .--7 vr- .- -' 1- .. - - " C F51-f'lL.f.'-g" T bfi: QTL' Rte' Qi7'g':'r lfcwsp Q R -1775 Qi Yfrixi-.9 5.f7'5N5e! I , , , kjix TOM DAVIES . . . W. LAXVRENCE IUDD XVARREN W. COLLAMER, '28 MAX L. DUNN, '28 . IOHN I. ANILSON, Ir., '29 . GORDON M. DTEADE, '28 OFFICERS . . H cad Coach Af.r.rc'.rlani Coach Co-Caplain . Co-Captain. . . Capfain-Elect . . . . Hlanager HUGO. F. TEUTE, '29 . ..., . z1.v.ri.rfanl Jlanager 7 7 THE TEAM W arren VN . Collamer, '28 Max L. Dunn, '28 Iohn Yvilson, Ir., '29 Hollis Ehaney, '28 E. Payson Smith, '28 Henry E. Colegrove, '28 Ralph E. Steele, '28 P. Austin Bleyler. '29 Charles H. Kincaid, '29 Theodore Zornow, '29 Gerald R. Barrett, '29 T. Edward Hall, '50 Kenneth G. Kugler, '50 Rosswell S. Langlois, '50 B. Emmett Norris, '50 George B. Patrizio, '30 Bert A. Van Horn, '30 Ralph C. Yeaw, '50 , Richard S. Smith, '50 xuffy 5 M.-. .., .-.M , M. ll lip L ff? il We Wifi if ix iii 'Rail 1.23 Ms. 'E 63 lligii li A fi . 2453 Mil iekil. :H W is ls.-:H if Wie line ligl lf? illif: mg lima. llf""T 1 3: ilk: lie:-L 4 Qi ilkfg llff in lgldm . firm Qi Q ge , G if 5 Yvesley C. Buck, '29 Herman lwinzenmayer, '30 IC Thomas Iackson, '29 Yvalter T. Enright, '50 -N f Donald A. Landon, '29 Fred A. Bryan, '50 3 K' A Theodore Yates, '50 Q V l1i3f',?'T2i33?-"'-533373141217-'fflf rig: ,T gi LE Q 'l'lfi:IITgi'E1Tl: egg 5. FQQQ: Q' 5 wif'-343,25 R555 if 55 MTE gigxcirfgjti fmlifsf' 9 FQQSQ if 5Q,5iif1"l. -Qfjr,.f.L.,v.......w.-...,.-, .... W-.--4.-.-.W--.--M 155 We 12 Q.-' ..tLT313T5,--,M,:i:Ll-----VM---:ff---eww----3-Him1,5 ra 'iz-:LM-it---"-'Ne'-"e'-M:::":f""- '-M:::.:r:r-.+i21:1rl::J: .5 3 53 -, Q S , ,SD , Q , E5 ED , 5 lil U D PD , I k,QJ"EXYffX,TA,.. .,.., .-. ,--W.,- I--,-..- ,-.-. ,- Q -1 I y, 'f MGB N :gy Nl I 'D ,aa iv Q fig ,Ss I 3 f 5-iw . ti W Q1 V. , K- W Ng, .Q I vo -.D N T? XVILSON COLLAMER ZORNOVV Q ef Captain-elecz' Co-Capfain Q lfff ' The 1927 Season 'S The 1927 football season will go down as one of the most successful in thehistory l M3 Q I of Rochester football. In his second year at the helm of Rochester's grid hopes, I R Tom Davies developed a fighting spirit which carried the Yellow Iackets to six I Q victories in eight games and second place in the Conference.. 5 Starting the season with a great dearth of experienced material, especially linemen, llaviles and Iudd built up a forward wall which gave weight in every xg game during t e season, and was outplayed only once. ll7ith Zornow, Smith and K, 155 YVilson, veterans, as a nucleus, Davies developed Bleyler into a capable quarter- 'N . ,ifc- lQ . I 6 y X52 c D . I Q T THE TRAINING CAMP . Q2 D v as 154 ,. N fs,,,,amM, 195 'fmgnwsf as nw 'mm ' w 1 i W eww wwf wwf W sf Lew Q ,r-fS???fs,sff?Q35ZEQQSYEK, E -n:33::::g1::1:::'c'- "i"""iQ-73-2-'Q A '----4---M" '-c" ' - """""""""A"""""M""M""g' S 5 Q Q f Q D 'U D a .D VAN,HORN DUNN NORRIS Co-Captain back and completed his crew of ball carriers with three coming sophomores, Van Horn, Patrizio, and Norris. it .D A lack of condition, which handicapped the 1926 team in early season contests l 'T was effectively counteracted by the initiation of a training camp. For two weeks i before the general opening of college, the gridiron squad was quartered at 47 i Prince Street, and a training table was maintained at the Faculty Club, daily work? p outs being held at the field. l Q a 5 5 S rv! D 7 i J , U a D e D D l a 'D i THE HAMILTON GAME D fQ5ZrfW-5552535 ml .Sift fs may milk fe65e 155 ' 52 L if 'YN G E Q if Q C is C' Q G E C 2 Q Q 23 Q 5 C E 53 L " 'Tfg 1 X K PATRIZIO LANGLOIS YEAW The season opened against Alfred, and in baseball weather, the Yellow Iackets outplayed their heavier Southern Tier opponents and won 15-0. The contest was slow throughout, two runs of thirty and forty-tive yards for touchdowns by Van Horn being the only features. The training in fundamentals and defense showed up in the light Varsity line, which completely outplayed the Alfred forwards, and followers of the team began to forsee offensive possibilities in the fleet Van Horn. The famous Hamilton jinx, which had run into four games was blasted in the next contest and the Buff and Blue players went home on the short end of an 18-0 all g i if . i in ' ggft Q g my THE KENYON GAME I f X, . , , ,H .. 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The Varsity Steamroller got under way in this contest for the first time, and lf' Zornow and Van Horn lou hed throu h for touchdowns in the o enin stanzas. ,N ., , .P s g , P s VV, bg 31 Ham1lton's famous aer1al attack opened up xn the last half, but the breaks were gil agalnst Elihu Root's boys, and then' best opes went a-glimmering when Yeaw FQ QQ gl scooped up a loose ball and trundled seventy-five yards for the third Rochester 'Q' I QS! 1 . SCOFC. . l ' . I, 31 lj Kenyon College from Gambler, Ohxo, proved to be the next v1ct1m of the if f Rochester puggernaut. Thxs contest was marked by progress m the Varslty offense L fu' li .J r T. " F' QQ fill is Gd la Q get I IV, gg d Q .c a . 7 as 4' 'wk t J 2, G . I r fn l t 'D 5 G "1 l -52 QL o or l Q ,. 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In the third quarter Kenyon broke loose to cross the Rochester goal line for the first time in the season. Davies sent in an entire team of scrubs in the closing moments who electrified the stands by scoring the fifth touchdown on three plays. Score Rochester 54, Kenyon, 6, Davies pulled a "Rockne', at the VVindy City when the Yellow Iackets swamped the Bisons 46-O. Starting the scrubs was a new wrinkle for Rochester grid teams, but the subs beat the regulars in touchdowns, four to three. Iackson and Zornow, Y.. ...... W . . K L L. L. W THE XVESLEYAN GAIVIE Ski f s ,I A 5 5.5 i gi , .Y 5 . ve Je WF? i ae l 55 2 if L 139' EES lxiy fs- l if L9 fx. w 3 l Q ge 15 9' 1 .-Q15 i I5 il Lb. I ig. h is 5 1:2 in K3 Ky X3 f . , Rv Q N .X YB 125 5 xg. 3 127' Qi L11 MN fi ME? if? ,Q 1 Q9 Sv SP 95 E2 WT :C- f Q if H ' 271. --..Q-..,...,,1.LT......Ii.....-. 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Zornow then took up the brunt of the attack, and with the line tearing gaps in the much touted Clarkson forward wall, reeled off about 250 yards and three touchdowns to clinch a Rochester victory. Clarkson scored again in the last period when Hale again intercepted a wayward Rochester pass. This game was marked by extremely rough play and was slowed up by the resulting frequent penalties. ' With five scalps dangling from their belts, The Yellow Iackets invaded Alex- ander Field, Schenectady in an effort to make it six. Old Iupe Pluvius combined with the Garnet gridders, and the Union weight advantage was emphasized by the muddy gridiron. Union ploughed through the Yellow Iackets almost at will, scoring three touchdowns in the Hrst half. Rochester kept in the' running by scoring in the first quarter when Langlois scooped up a Union fumble on the fifteen yard line. A Rochester aerial attack featured by a forty yard heave from YVilson to Patrizio, flashed out in the second period but failed when the Union defense tightened up on the twelve yardcnark. The second half found the Yellow Iackets outplaying their heavier opponents, twice holding a Union advance on the five yard line. Late in the game the Varsity attack concentrated on another score. Runs by Zornow and VVilson and a pass from lvilson to Norris put the ball on the four yard line, Zornow bucking it over to score. Union took the ball and prevented further scoring, final score Union, 20, Rochester, 14. Thefeature of the game was the Hne condition of the Rochester team, who played the grueling struggle through unscathed, but for a broken nose sustained by Zornow. . The high point of the season came in the Wesleyan game. The Middletown team came to Rochester with the "Little Threeu championship gained by vic- Y 6mammimmwnwammwmm mmfsmmmfwm4amimQ - 159 L! 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If garrplg ended, fvliihbthe ball on Yvesleyani foua yard line, and four downs to go. ,I X! e annua o art game was expecte to e a fitting climax to the fine record . 'T E of the Yellow Iackets, who hoped to put an end to the string of Orange and Purple victories which had reached four. But despite the Rochester record, the Genevans jp? fi ruled prf:-gsune fixvoritesl This waildug to' the imlpressive showing they had made gg, against ea mg astern e evens suc as yracuse, artmouth and Colgate, and also 1 to the enormous weight advantage which they held over the Yellow. Hobart 563 ffglfg entered the game with a line whose average weight was 181 and backfield 162. .jj The Rochester line weighed on an average of 160 and the backfield 157. ii The light Rochester teamuhad made its fine record by virtue of havin dry li gi playing fields, the one exception being the Union game which was the only Eefeat f X59 Ii' 3 suiered. But a ltiventy-ffour hour rain preceded the Hobart contest making the .aw ' ' - i -Q . fe-' 2 gri iron a verita e sea o mud. f xg if-I The issue was new ' C1 bt ft th f tf ' f D f fl' h 11 We hy . n r in ou a er e 1rs ew mmu es, aw ies lg t c arges Q iw Q l being literally swept aside by thelr heavier opponents. To top matters off Wilson 'mf ti and Yeaw were early forced out of the contest on account of injuries and later QA if Bleyler followed the same route. The wet ball .and sloppy gridiron prevented the 3 passing game from much use. However late in the final period, after Norris had gf Q, 53 I made a good run along the side-line, returning a punt, Patrizio tossed a long heave f to Kilgfasd fo'i1l13ofchester's only slclors. The extra point was awarded as Hobart Q was o si e. e ma score was o art 55, Rochester 7. .g .- N The luminaries for Hobart were Barna and Captain Budd. Behind the enor- lg Q5 mous weight advantage of their forwards they proceeded to stage a field day. ,I Barna, looking like a madman with his face plastered with mud, found time iii?" between leering at the Varsity and smiling at the stands, to gave a great exhibition of ball carrying, splashing over and through and around the Yellow Iackets. He Til 1 N. 'Vi KR HN? ffsf ff if Q31 ile 13 ffie fel E31 ' 3 5 u 551 is lui, 'YN 1 1 xv- JI I A Q E2 'TT 1 1 'V fi 113 THE HOBART GAME we Q , . s .Q ' iff. A31 5 g..-...,.:1,.--,.....7..g,..,-.::'::g'g ,.,, S 3 me 140 Lf'?9T3'N .v V , N, ,, N X ..- ..---.,w..'a .4 X -. axff' 'f'gxxx - XX',,'H- XX ll M - -, .- .. ., ,1- used his two hundred and ten pounds to excellent advantage, ripping big, holes in the Rochester line and brushing around end to score several of Hobarts touch- downs. VVhen he tired, Barrett and Budd carried on with piledriver like thrusts at the Rochester center. The whole Varsity fought as if possessed,taking advantage of what few breaks were offered and there were many in the stands who could not help but feel that had playing conditions been different, and the toll of injuries smaller, the Hobart margin would have been much smaller and possibly nil. However no alibis are needed. In spite of the Hobart victory, the team's record is one to be proud of and stands as a real mark for future elevens to aim at. Prospects for next year are the rosiest in a decade and Tom Davies' third edition should be a live one on present indications. The team will lose but four men by graduation, Captains Collamer and Dunn, Steele,Colegrove,and Ehaney, all forwards, and Smith from the backfield. Of the Varsity men returning, there are backfield men with considerable experience. Last year's line loses its heaviest men by graduation but a wealth of large seasoned material is to be found in the 1927 Freshman team and several transfers from other colleges. The early season training camp which proved such a great success last year will again be carried on and with the new football tradition behind them, the Yellow Iackets should blaze a real trail. 'The schedule includes games with Alfred, Hamilton, Vtlesleyan, Buffalo, Oberlin, Union, Rensselaer, and Hobart. THE STANDS, HOBART GAME X Q fx , -f 5 .f X i 7. . J ' X Q '-'i 'th 1 . ,X , r , X . K ...,- .....Y .v ..-9 .v . X L-1-...M 141 jf.. .,,. , .,.,,.,,,. r h l l 1 i 1 1 S A rrrr A A A 1 i A if A 9 1 Q Cl 1 5 Q S 1 Q , F .t 3 IOHN D. NIURPHY NICHOLAS E. BROXVN , SAM EI-IRE 1 A Coach filanager Caplain Q Varsity Basketball C, S 1927-28 SEASON ' Cl y Rochester 40 Alfred 51 December 15 at Rochester 5 Rochester 19 Syracuse 20 December 17 at Syracuse Rochester 55 Dartmouth 58 December 19 at Rochester I Rochester 27 Cornell 25 December 50 at Rochester Cv Rochester 50 Cornell 28 Ianuary 7 at Ithaca Q Rochester 41 Hobart 55 Ianuary 15 at Rochester ? A Rochester 41 Alfred 25 Ianuary 14 at Alfred lv Rochester 24 Buffalo 20 Ianuary 20 at Rochester C Rochester 57 Niagara 54 February 5 at Rochester f' Rochester 58 Hamilton 27 February 10 at Rochester K' 5 Rochester 45 Niagara 18 February 14 at Niagara Falls C y Rochester 54 Colgate 45 February 17 at Hamilton Cv 1 Rochester 58 YVesleyan 41 February 18 at Middletown,Conn. y l Rochester 41 Hobart 24 February 21 at Geneva l Rochester 57 Syracuse 24 February 24 at Rochester C' Rochester 40 Buffalo 21 February 28 at Buffalo C' 1 Rochester 24 Colgate 15 lW1arch 2 at Rochester Rochester 591 Opponents 465 C' A C C' ' 5 53 sims mms 53 mam sway mam fs T5 .3 J .D TD J 'J 2 D D 'D D U D U D D D D D J D D 3 D U D 'D X . fi' Qi"52'9Q? 4196313 25251244 MQW? 5i!'5?+QS' Qgf lmjf QGUKTEQE 'QFRSE5' QEQQ 3' NVQ,-Q39 QWZYQEQ V-K l Q ,W F M,V,, ha, W q- ,--M., , Y ,,,,.,....-., W, . .I -.H .,,,...-,,, , ..,,r..- , H .WM .55 ! E 1 u 1 i ' OFFICERS ' IOHN D. lVlURPHY . ..... . . Coach SAM EHRE, '28 . . . .... , . Captazn ' WILBUR A. KENYON, '29 . . Captain-Elecf 5 NICHOLAS E. BROWVN, '28 . . . A . . Jlanager LUTHER H. SMELTZER, '29 . zl.r.u1ri1znf,f7lanager ' THE TEAD1 Sam Ehre, '28 M. Selig Apperman, '28 Abe Tatelbaum, '28 Wilbur A. Kenyon, '29 Charles H. Kincaid, '29 Charles Metz, '29 l G. Iohn Burns, '29 Nlilton S. Berman, '29 B. Emmett Norris, '50 Frank M. Rago, '50 I. Edward Yvatts, '50 Edward G. Hoehn, Ir., '50 Iohn E. O'Reil1y, '50 Felix L. Blowers, '50 .gan mmm mam may mem mang as mm wma wsu 143 Opening the season X EHRE Capiailz The 1927-28 Season v Following a successful football season and a good hill and dale record in the first season of the revival of cross country, Rochester's great athletic renais- sance received a further impetus in the one of the most successful basketball seasons in the history of a college whose hardwood performers have always been widely known. A record of thirteen victories in seventeen contests, including two wins from Cornell and victories over Syracuse and Colgate as well as undisputed title to the "Little Ten" crown with nine victories and no defeats in the conference, was the mark hung up by the Nlurphymen. Starting the season with six veterans and a wealth of material in freshman stars and transfers, the team was expected to steam roll all opposition. However in the early contests team play was rag ed and spirit was almost lacking. Sloppy bas- ketiall was generally on tap for the first half with the Yellow staging a Garrison fin- ish, which-sometimes fell short of the mark. Team play improved greatly as the season progressed but the slow first half was al- ways characteristic of the outfit. against Alfred the Yellow failed to impress with a 40 -51 victory, l1'1etz alone showing good basketball. At Syracuse listless playing again featured the Rochester game, and the lV1urphy- men after leading throughout, proceeded to blow a tive point lead in the final frame and Big Bill Grange walked off with the decision. Richt- meyer proved a thorn in the side of the Varsity, and it was his steve in the final minute that gave Syra- cuse the game, score 20 - 19. The strong Dartmouth team was the next oppo- nent on the K.C. floor and a poor first half for Rochester gave the Green a close victory. Spaeth and Swarthout, Dartmouth forwards combined with Langdell, center to hold a 51 - 18 lead lat half time. The second stanza saw Apperman and Cap- tain Ehre leading the Yellow in a brilliant finish 144 ' IQENYON Capiain -Eleci APPERZNXAN Brizdle providing the fireworks. Apperman and Norris combined however to give Rochester a 24-20 victory. Against Billy lW'1cCarthy's Niagara outfit the Yel- low nearly blew their conference lead when the Frontier boys led 20-12 at half whistle. A fast rally gave Rochester a ten point lead before the second half was three quarters spent and the Varsity tin- ished under wraps, 57-54. Hamilton proved an easy victim. Nlurphy using the subs throughout the first half. after which the regulars proceeded to "sew up" the contest, by a 58-27 margin. In a return game against Niagara, the team extended itself a bit and buried the Niagarans in an avalanche of baskets, 45-18. A disastrous three day trip put a bad dent in the Varsity record when overconfident,listless playing and poor ofliciating, gave Colgate and VVes- leyan victories. At Colgate the slippery floor both- which fell just short of the mark, score Dartmouth 58, Rochester, 55. As the second Holiday attrac- tion, Ortner's Cornell five, who were figured easy meat for Rochester, proved quite annoying, al- though the Varsity with the help of "Cap" Kenyon eked out a 27-25 victory. Trekking down to lthaca for a return game, the Yellow again nosed out Cor- nell by a two point margin in a game replete with thrills. Grabbing a 7-0 lead at the start, the Varsity refrained from further scoring and the lthacans led 16-7 at half. Again it was Kenyon, who with the help of Kincaid pulled the Varsity through to a 50-28 margin. Schlossbach proved the big noise for Cornell. Six straight victories over conference opponents featured the usual midseason spree which Rochester teams always have. But only on rare occasions did 1W1urphy's lads show the basketball they were capa- ble of, one member of the team usually pulling the team through with an "on" night. Tatelbaum did the honors in a rough fray against Hobart, with Deubert outstanding for the Genevans, score. Rochester 40, Hobart 51. At Alfred it was Norris' turn and the Yellow took their second verdict over the Southern Tier quintl, 41-25. Art Powell's Bisons threw a bad scare into the Varsity in the next contest with ered the Varsity and the lliaroon, with Captain ' ' Bickle scoring sixteen points, took a 45-54 margin. NORRIS 145 x l"N" s 1 ,. .X... ,,..-.......,- ...,. c.-.f.--' 4-wif, 'X-1.---N.. M--H M- he -,-., .--f-v N - -----W -----a- I - ,., ,- . .1-V, 1 4,.Mf- Y f .-' ,. A 's -. f . an ,rv-, ,.-V as .- -, . pair- 150 E - e i-fi'-.,' QLs7'1xx:-e:'iz-f'- Q4.. 391-If 1 if -mfs xv, " Y v 1, i ' Q' ,.,.' .f wi X--V ix ,V-' ' XM' I K At Vllesleyan the brilliant work of Norris failed to overcome the Nlethodist advantage from the fifteen foot mark, when Yvesleyan was awarded twenty- eight fouls against the V arsity's four, score 41-58 for the New Englanders. Another victory over Hobart clinched the conference title. Elire had a field day scoring nineteen points to give Rochester a 41-24 victory. Big Bill Orange was the next opponent, and the Yellow met him on the "Big Acre" at the Armory, scoring the first victory over a Saltine five in over three years. Syracuse was without the services of their ace, Eismann, but the Varsity snapped out ofit and copped easily by a 57-24 margin. In the final "Little Ten" engagements of the year the 1V1urphy- men kept their slate Clean, hy polishing off' Powell's Bulls in easy fashion. Brizdle again played a strong game for Buffalo, but Apperman and Ehre scored fourteen points apiece and Rochester won handily, 40-21. As a fitting climax y avenged an earlier nine point defeat at the hands of the Alar- The game was espec- ially close throughout the first half, but the injection of Kincaid and Norris into the fray was a signal for the Yellow to pull away and they held a 15-8 margin at half. Hard playing gave them a good lead in the second half and Rochester ended the game with several of the subs in the lineup. KINCAID oon, by taking a 24-15 victory. Graduation will take a heavy toll of court men this year. Appernian and Ehre, who have both cap- tained the team, and Tatelbaum who has made a name for himself by pulling close games out of the fire, will all go. However basketball prospects are anything but dull for next year. Yvith five juniors returning, four of whom were regulars in this season's outfit and six sophomores as well as several promising lads from this year's Frosh quintet to work with, hlurphy should easily put another winner on the floor. ll 146 to the season the Varsity l 1 BURNS rx - . 1 i 'ELQQ wwf! wzmwmfumw um-sw E,f E'jX6fQ2 wqeq mfgyvzmwceswzsgpg Q u nf Q, U. G 1 , E fi NM 1: gil 3 if 1 3 Q5 'i ' TATELBAUM ME'rz 4 TD' C Q D D D D D .J 'D 13 ,D fi .Q 5 5 fu 3 '51 J' N ff E 1 Individual Scores 'Q CL r 1Vo. 7 1 Garnemr Field Foul Total E5 Player Played Goalr Goalm Polnla' Ehre . . 17 46 45 137 G Norris . . . 16 57 17 91 7,455 ' Apperman . . . 1 6 26 3 1 85 is Kincaid . . . 17 25 18 68 Q Kenyon . . 17 25 16 66 A Metz . . 15 18 7 45 M A Burns . . . . 17 Q 16 8 40 Q 1 Tatelbaum . . . 14 14 11 39 1 warts . . . 6 4 1 9 '21 i Rago . . 10 2 5 7 Berman . 7 1 4 6 i 5 1 lc: 1 1Q 5 Q Q5 li? ::r41:-::':::1:::::: 1:11 ,::Li:g..T.7.L:g..:,..g..-......, ' K '3igig,,,,,.g17:LT:::.,.,-..::iL.,:.ig'ii:tT3T:1':'.g:L',."'::-,g::::-:- f fQE1iii1i?LQ13 f'M?? 5 1 R 44 65354wQQ11455QwfG1f1 ' 147 DR. EDWIN FAUVER ROBERT E. PLATT XV.-XRREN W. COLLAMER Coach Jlanager Captain. Varsity Baseball OFFICERS DR. EDYVIN FAUVER ..... ' . . . . Coach WVARREN W. CZOLLAMER, '28 . . .... . . . Captain ROBERT E. PLATT, '28 . . .... . . . Jlanager ALLEN H. OTTMAN, '29 . . . . . . . . d.r.r1'.rz'ar1i Jlanager 1928 SQUAD Edward Smallev, '29 YVarren W. Collamer, '28 Caplain, Nl. Selig Apperman, '28 Kenneth E. Iackson, '28 Abe Tatelbaum, '28 Harold YV. Pixley, '28 Iohn D. Chipp, '29 Gerald Burns, '29 G. Robert Forney, '29 Yvilbur A. Kenyon, '29 Lewis H. Reed, '29 April lllay Nlay Nlay Flay Flay May Flay lVlay Flay May 25-Rochester 5 -Rochester 11-Rochester 12-Rochester 12-Rochester 19 -Rochester 22-Rochester 24-Rochester 25 -Rochester 26-Rochester 29 -Rochester Hugo F. Teute, '29 Theodore Zornow, '29 Raymond E. Kirkpatrick, '50 Kenneth G. Kugler, '50 Donald B. Lamb, '50 B. Emmett Norris, '50 Frank Nl. Rago, '50 Frederick W. Randall, '50 Iohn E. O'Reilly, '50 I. Edward Yvatts, '50 1928 SCHEDULE snr. Syracuse, at Rochester tar. Hamilton, at Rochester mr. Colgate, at Hamilton vw. Hamilton, at Clinton mr. Yvesleyan, at Nliddletown, Conn. uw. vw. Syracuse, at Syracuse car. Niagara, at Niagara Falls car. lvestern Reserve, at.Cleveland, Ohio cur. Oberlin, at Oherlin, Ohio tar. Niagara, at Rochester' Union, at Schenectady , i -Tw . -X V. X .-3, . f ,-.ying N , 1 . ..-...-......-.-,..---.... ....1 . ----WNv,,,, Mssqn- ww, ,,,, XM C, 148 H- - ' - .ilfclff as .X ' ffl ri 'xr--.1 SMF' "". , M .--. M- ,A S, . , ., f 2 f , . . , .. S 4 , . S A g "-.iflgifizllif 5? Egg- Qs' b Q1 fi Q90 QS' liz' EQ! S675 Q15 QHQTE l :Ni 5- Q5 515- x5fcFQ.9 Qfiigkifi cifqfgi sqm? Q Using l if Y'Q"i'1Ll.'f..f.. l.Q.lTf1.liIll1'ZM-J,lil"-..1...-......-"""' "Am" "" "7 iii-L '7'A'.--.. 7 72-.::llf..'fll.:l',T.'l1l1:.:-ll ,-Fix f --il' Q.1Q.lff':...l.flf..ll..l..L1.l..I.fiZi .Q1lT'Q1I.,lIQ'I,1 fgfll... i,TZfL.flA.I.'f1if17.11 .1 . ive ' ' xngvt Q' . lf ai .Z l tl X We WT'W2 ft. ,l as f-A 5. E 9 Q J 5 A '1927 SQUAD Iohn L. Costello, '27 ' Captain. 1 VVarren YV. Collamer, '28 g Captain-Elect E G. Norman Miller, '27 i Dewey H. Aiiller, '27 o Stephen B. Storey, '27 I W. Sidney Titus, '27 Frederick E. Yvood, '27 Nl. Selig Apperman, '28 D ' Edward R. Becker, '28 Hollis Ehaney, '28 X Harold W. Pixley, '28 D 'D D D D Ioseph YV. Smith, '28 Abe Tatelbaum, '28 Wesley Ashton, '29 Iohn D. Chipp, '29 G. Robert Forney, '29 Raymond N. Gupp, '29 Raymond Hasenauer, '29 Thomas Iackson, '29 lVilbur A. Kenyon, '29 Lewis H. Reed, '29 Edward Smalley, '29 VVilliam A. Smith, '29 Theodore Zornow, '29 i 1927 SEASON ,D Rochester 4 Hamilton 5 'D Rochester 1 Syracuse 2 Rochester 16 Niagara 8 D Rochester 0 Colgate 9 y Rochester 0 Hamilton 3 ,D Rochester 5 Clarkson 8 Rochester 1 Colgate 5 -D Rochester 2 Oberlin 1 'D ' Rochester 0 Syracuse 8 w Rochester 5 Niagara 2 25 l Totals so 49 Q E3 XY.-:.1,.,,,T,,, g nic.. f .--fe I x,-A -2 'A 1 f amy, . me was mm some raegfe FQ Qian L in 149 April 30 at Rochester May 5 at Rochester Nlay 7 at Niagara Falls Nlay 15 at Hamilton Nlay 14 at Clinton May 18 at Rochester May 20 at Rochester Play. 21 at Rochester Nlay 28 at Syracuse Iune 1 at Rochester F? 5951075 5 GVQSQFG 639547 , GX? , 5551625 www wzmgggfwixfafwmf-J were-9 3Q 9QQx6Q9QQi55i?6N gvswwzigg 1 Q-MM b 1 M F U 6 2 J E g D .D D ja D 3 E su 5 3 Q , 0' S E3 198 Q E 3 O' nh Wx 5 E ,fr N35 Q fi C3 5? 2, COLLAMER D . - cg D , C 3 6 3 92 D C A QxosQxGBbQ2aiG1anmmwmzm f3m9mQa6sQi0mammm's my 150 R . LHR Lg? 95535 p K C l pp W -- J,-,-M,.Trw ID Q Lea vwfeswzseawveaw c3iesce3wcesEe5wzifea 1 . l A 1927 Varsity Baseball Season Lack of timely hitting and a tendency to make untimely errors were the main reasons for a rather disastrous 1927 baseball season. But three victories were registered by the Varsity, these being at the expense of Oberlin and Niagara, the latter being defeated twice. Eight losses were suffered by the Varsity, three of which were "goose-egg" defeats. . Q The nine, after four weeks of practice including two weeks of indoor' "cagework", took the field against Hamilton on April 50, with a lineup largely composed of green material. The infield had a decided Sophomore complexion, Hasenauer being at firstg Tatelbaum at second, Forney at shortstop and Zornow at third. In the outfield were Apperman, Titus, and Collamer. Costello, captain of the team, was behind the bat, and Kenyon, Collamer and Wood, were the moundsmen ready for duty. Afterrleading the Hamilton outfit for the greater part of the fray the Varsity began to show their first tendency to "boot the ball" and the result was a 5-4 loss to Hamilton. On Nlay 6 the Varsity made up for the bad showing against Ham- ilton when they held the strong Syracuse outtit to a 2-1 loss. "Cap" Kenyon, hurling his first Varsity game, proved to be a source of delight to the Rochester followers by the smooth manner in which he had "Vic" Hanson, Goldstein, and other Syracuse satelites swinging at the "elusive pill". The next day, still jubilant over their good showing against Syracuse, the Varsity traveled to Niagara and pounded out a 16-8 victory in a loosely played contest. The victory, however, was the last the Varsity was to enjoy again until May 21 when they defeated Oberlin at the University Field 2-1. From May 7 to May 21 Varsity lost four tilts, one a 9-0 loss to Colgate and another a 5-0 loss to Hamilton. 7 With but two men from the 1927 outfit lost by graduation, and strengthened by much promising material from last year's Freshman team and transferstudents who were not eligible last year, the Varsity this season should put on the field one of the strongest teams to represent the Yellow in many seasons. I i 1 Z N l ...J 5 L -- - A -4' My W-M-"-" '11-' fi vfA963fXN 0"2A9..Gf79iQ51Q9t7 fi 55 f3Q"Q9 3, F., 1 F0363 JF F343 5 2 Q G 5 6 2 C Q9 5 Q em QMWTQMWWGMWQQQGQQ wfmmQamfmf?i?i's1.E3ifm:wmj 151 R r , r I 1 I ri I 1 , 3 l H l HARRY E. LAWSON W. LAXVRENCE IUDD ' Coach Coach Varsity Track , R 1928 SEASON 1 Flay 5 Union and Vermont at Schenectady Flay 19 Hamilton and St. Lawrence at Clinton Play 12 Alfred ' Nlay J , Nlay Flay 21 Ula v 28 at Rochester Play 26 N.Y.S.I.C.A. Meet at Canton ' 1927 SEASON 7 Allegheny at Rochester Varsity 45, Allegheny 81 12 Alfred at Alfred Varsity 55, Alfred '71 Hamilton at Clinton Varsity 67, Hamilton 59 N.Y.S.I.C.A. Nleet at Rochester l. Alfred 713 2. Rochester 582133 5. Hamilton 433 4. St. Lawrence 58955 5. Niagara 4 THE N.Y.S.I.C.A. MEET In the N.Y.S.I.C.A. Fleet held at Rochester last season Bib Metz '29 tied the college and Conference record in the 100 yard dash with a mark of 10 seconds. The record had been set by Steve Bidwell '08, and tied by lack Dunn '25. In the high jump Iohnny YVilson '29 tied the college high jump record established by Foster Yvood '08, by topping the bamboo at 5 ft. 9M inches n I 1 l E 1 it 1 it ll 11 Bl 1x y 2 F. FREELAND ABERCROMBIE DONALD A. IENKS 171 an ager Captain R ,Q - -- -- ---- tv x X 1 ."':ip 1",'i""1ii:::1'. to ri, ' fu g X- , ,'-, : . f - - . 3 ,--. ,1 E- R, . Xl, Xp. K R-.zo ? ,XT XI i. tx -NMS: ,JR Qing 3 .4 ---f-A-M -A-ef---A-if-----ex. 152 -EA 8 2 .D 'S 5 D D J D D U D D D D D D D 3 D D D U D 'D .S -J ,Qm ,,.g,w f-sw ' ff-fT"w"""wif"5"" . 'DF' ,Aff wee ww . M... Wm M. ..f, A.....---. Y... ...........-..2....-. .... .-..............,......--..A...ALii x ..,. -..- ..,, L...-L.-.L..-..........-,3,:......5,:::g.-:,....,.,.. Q2 l A Q5 OFFICERS HARRY E. LAYVSON . . ...... Coach W. LAXVRENCE IUDD . . ..,. . Coach WALTER H. TAYLOR, '27 . . Captam DONALD A. IENKS, '28 . . . . Capfam Elect JACQUES R. HAMMOND, '27 . . . . fllanager F. FREELAND ABERCROMBIE, '28 . d.r.rL1rfanfJIanager 1927 SQUAD Walter H. Taylor, '27 Donald A. Ienks, '28 Ogden FitzSimmons, '27 Russell Hawes, '27 Malcom C. McBride, '27 I. Orion Page, '27 Ernest Warnock, '27 Eugene G. Alhart, '28 Dexter A. Billingham, '28 Garrat C. Crehbin, '28 W. Ioseph Davis, '28 Sam Feld, '28 Bruce E. Gramkee, '28 Merle lV1.Schneckenhurger 28 Ralph E. Steele, '28 Hubert W. Brown, '29 George YV. Buchan, '29 Charles C. Gifford, '29 Nathan R. Gilbert, '29 Harold Hook, '29 Kenneth M. Ingison, '29 Charles Metz, '29 George R. Morley, '29 Walter YV. Paris, '29 C. Gregory Smith, '29 Iohn Wilson, Ir., '29 mg. .5fl'3ig6QXG1 rams mm gmt aim? nlfmm asm Siam Ama my... 4 153 if FX fr .ix X ' fy ix I V Varsity Cross Country ROMAN L. SPEEGLE F. FRANCIS ABERCROMBIE DEXTER A. BILLINGHAM 5 Dexter A. Billingham, '28 Donald A. Garman, '28 Coach Jlanager Captain. - 1927 SQUAD 1 Iohn Kraai, '50 Caplain. Sherburne F. Barber, '29 Mikhail C. Nlavrides, '50 3 Hubert W. Brown, '29 Charles C. Gifford, '29 Grant S. Miller, '50 . 5 Capiain-Elec! Harold Hook, '29 Gifford P. Orwen, '50 Q Nleyer Fix, '28 Leo Tanghe, '29 Dana A. Yveeks, '50 7 Oct. 20 ' Clarence A. Wood, '50 0 L' 3 1927 SEASON ' Alfred at Rochester Rochester 56, Alfred 19 R ' Oct. 29 Rochester at Hamilton Rochester 26, Hamilton 29 5 1 Nov. 5 Conference Fleet at Geneva Q 1. Alfred 15 2. Rochester 55 5. Hamilton 58 4. Hobart 82 Nov. 12 Rochester at Hobart Rochester 22, Hobart 55 THE SEASON V In the first year as a letter sport since its revival, the Cross Country Team at I 'Q-'1' Rochester enjoyed a successful season with victories over Hamilton and Hobart 1 . .5 ! and a second place in the Conference meet at Geneva. Between fifteen and 'il twenty men reported daily'to Coach Speegle. The team will lose Captain Bill- 3 ingham and Fix next year but a successful season is anticipated under the cap- taincy of Hubert Brown who will have a number of men from this year's .Y 1. squad as well as a supply of promising material from the present Freshman class. 5 fftl 1 A '59, y' 13,1 "", I ' Q i,,1:.' 'rg . ii: 1: A ' '1'i.ZlTT, ' XIX-T::::5f:i.1i': 5-:':::L:-,' .. 1, "Lf .iTfT::1i',1T::ii1T,1'i"L 'L gf' "tm, J 154 YW, , A f. N. 49551, 'EVM tommy wares amen Us ea aww flffxfev metres am W.. -5 Vg,,:::::1..4i:g:5g::T""'?"'-"or-"'TW"'r"':2'F "" "?T"""'ZT7"k" L1 we..TZ.Zi?"'""i4J"f""""7"'"':7""'A"--t4 p l l R315 :fail EJ E51 ,ii N- l A x I N49 ff? Qs Q is I if -.0 6 T x9 'VX J Freshman Football A ' Q HARRY E. LAWSON HUGO F. TEUTE, 29 WILLIAM H. SWOPE A 'ilu til wa. 73, .D fa 4 P . o Gif . 3 TF? wx J Frosh Q Frosh B Frosh D Frosh .D 'J D U Coach Robert S. Burrows Iames L. Cole David VV. Bishop Ierome A. Bishop Kenneth H. Fletcher Harmon T. Hinchey Roger W. Iackson Edson F. Kincaid Albert YV. Lorch Gerald McGuire Jlanager Capiain THE SQUAD C. Hamilton Mehrhof Iohn I. Nugent Robert G. Ocorr Harmon Steele Philip M. Smith Clarence W. Straub Milton R. Swartzenberg William H. Swope R. Dow Stannard Lindsey Williamson SCORES 15 Auburn . 26 Hamilton . 9 Alfred . 18 Hobart . 66 S f fhlg F Qbmfmfwenmi mmzfsfimi nrsmansmmmmwmammmwfva 155 W. LAWRENCE IUDD LUTHER H. SMELTZER. '29 Coach Harold D. Corris lack Harrison Gerald D'1cGuire Leland E. Hildreth Frosh . F rosh . Frosh . Frosh . Frosh . Frosh . Frosh . Frosh . Frosh . Frosh . Frosh . Freshman Basketball Jfanager THE TEAM Edson F. Kincaid Clesson N. Turner Robert S. Burrows Ierome A. Bishop SCORES . 21 Nlechanics . 44 Charlotte . . 50 Yvest High . 28 Nlonroe . . 50 Yvebster . . 54 Lima . . . 29 Brockport . 25 Hobart Frosh . 14 East High, . 27 R. B. I. . . 20 Lima . . 520 .XA 156 HAROLD D. CORRIS Capfain Nlilton Tatelbaum Foster Thayer Irving L. Mix Frederick Hudson . 28 29 . 35 21 . 22 26 . . 50 20 22 . 22 12 EEE its if lip sn. El ,K Us ' r 1 ms vm I 1 K ik w 'J lil til ik H- i 1 I l wit is 5' f 48 'IK llf iii ig 1, 5, Q, :Ku i 5. . lil li ilg 5 il, 1 Niki lt! a+- , I N l af' mfr 1 Y 5 I fill pol if ,x. .LW Q w!l 'x ,,,.., ,........ -...-.......-....,..,..A...,-Y-..... L-........-...-..-.. ,., ...,-.,L.......,'t-.--f 1 , 2 9 .- , A Tjflfrxe-J nf fv.. - ,..,. 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Kenyon, '29 Charles H. Kincaid, '29 Charles Dietz, '29 Iohn Nvilson, Ir., '29 Theodore I. Zornow, '29 B. Emmett Norris, 50 IW. Selig Apperman, '28 Henry E. Colgrove, '28 Yvarren W. Collamer, '28 Flax L. Dunn, '28 Hollis Ehaney, '28 Gordon Nl. Nleade, '28 Phillip Nl. Van Deventer, '28 AT. Selig Apperman, '28 Samuel Ehre, '28 Abe Tatelbaum, '28 lVIilton S. Berman, '29 M. Selig Apperman, '28 W7arren YV. Collamer, '28 Dexter A. Billingham, '28 Bruce E. Gramkee, '28 Dexter A. Billingham, '28 Aleyer Fix, '28 KENNETH E. JACKSON, '28 Cheerleader FOOTBALL P. Austin Bleyler, '29 Rosswell S. Langlois, '50 Thomas Jackson, '29 Herman Diinzenmayer, '50 Charles H. Kincaid, '29 B. Emmett Norris, '50 Iohn I. VVilson, Ir., '29 George B. Patrizo, '50 Theodore Zornow, '29 Richard S. Smith, '50 Bert A. Van Horn, '50 T. Edward Hall, '50 Kenneth G. Kugler, '50 Ralph C. Yeaw, '50 BASKETBALL Gerald Burns, '29 Charles Aletz, '29 Edward P. Doyle, '29 B. Emmett Norris, '50 Wilbur A. Kenyon, '29 Frank Bl. Rago, '50 Charles H. Kincaid, '29 Edward Yvatts, '50 BASEBALL Abe Tatelbaum, '28 XVilbur A. Kenyon, '29 G. Robert Forney, '29 Theodore Zornow, '29 Raymond Hasenauer, '29 TRACK ' Donald A. Ienks, '28 Charles Metz, '29 Ralph E. Steele, '28 Iohn Xvilson, Ir., '29 Nlerle Nl. Schneckenburger, '28 CROSS COUNTRY Sherburne F. Barber, '29 Iohn Kraai, '50 Hubert YV. Brown, '29 Clarence A. Yvood, '50 .esteem 159 .l.,,. S ", Q. if off' E' fi 'Ni 1 lif-gl lf, ies ' EXT , MJ! 1 a iiiN.l ,sry i 1 ,, N iss, , 1 iixx. 2,,M-, ,!,, ,m,,,,,,,,n ..--.N---,.--. ... -1 7 55: N, is 'FTQQX E ?5:f,5y'x Q. , ig jg., r K . 'Wi 'MF i. 1 1 yt 1 A-' S if K 3 'X L X5 ' its i' ' f g fl 1 7 Q 292 r Q . 1 ' il fi "SB 1 1 SQ Q IAMES H. GALLOXVAH' '29 ' 'lf li Clzairman 4-.-N . .ff f S25 1 ki 1 . . . . ' , C O ege C 1Y1 ICS OHIIIII CC -"J Th C ll A t ' t C tt By a vote of the Students Association lvlay 1927, the position formerly known as the College Activ- QS 1 ivities Manager was changed from ana pointive to an elective office. Hithertoforei the position of College Activities Manager was awarclied as the fifth place in the athletic managerial competition. 'FH I Under the new amendment the College Activities Chairman is elected bv. the StudentsAssocxat1on 1 from the goplholxpore clago and four other members are appointed by him with the advice and fig consent o t e inance mmittee. ' ' The duty of the College Activities Committee is to direct and manage college banguets and i athletic rousers, co-operate with the President of the Freshman Class in the arranging an carrying 5 out of the hloving Up Day exercises, direct and manage such entertainments in connection with 53 M 32111-Fresihman lgay, las Zuthorized by the Students Association, and manage any other functions as E egate to it y t e ssociation. ' ' As a result of the ensuing election, Iames H. Galloway, '29, was elected chairman of the new Q committee. Assisting him on the committee are: LuciusL. Powell, '29, Roy I. Corrigan, 29, Kenneth ii G. Kugler, '50 and Roger YV. Iaclcson, '51. W 1 The projects undertaken by the Committee this year have. been very successful. The College ' K Nite Supper, October 14, 1927 was well attendedg a rousing spirit pjrevaxleclp the entertainment was ' 'QQ ' varied including motion pictures of the Alfred and Hamilton foot all games, selections bv Iensen s ED? band, and some close harmony by the Varsitly Quartette. Several rousers were held before the ip football games with the final football rouser be ore the Hobart game, November 25, 1927. D The Colgate Rouser and Sub-Freshman Da ', lWarch 2, 1928, were run jointly by the College Activities Committee and the Alumni Secretary, liugh A. Smith, f07. The selection of .the Sub-Fresh- men was more exclusive this year than formerly. The fraternities co-operated admirably with the 123' Chairman to make the day most enjoyable for the Sub-Frosh. ra' . . 'gal Q As a whole the year was a successful one and no more than the usual financial burden was 3 kfy encumbered. 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V'1f,iQi?:f.l2:..,.lf.1' .Q Q.: .-g'fqgggf1f---.-1.5, ,1.---.rg-2, - 1 ,- is - W 'A 54 - -- 4.--L-Q L 9 . f .. -.1 .- . -, -H. .N .,..-.-1..:--L.:-- iQ -Q .Iggy ,.-1-4533,-.gi4.4.14-...1-., .SAS-1-Q-.g.Egg.. :f L ,g:if1fL:., tw?-il. 'Af 4 '-4-1-I 11.-I-'.-X.. gqf-:gf 354- f--1 3-....3:j:r.:5:-5111. -if-.--fig. 1- --I.: '2--axe'-if-fwfr.-.f-, vw1.--fQ-Y-i--- if ----' -W' ff-'f' vw -- l 'O qw. 5. ,.! ON Q. 'x li 27 ,. .xl M. J f YA.. ' fu ' .eff-.' " lf-, f YI Y, xjafxl .."'-N Q" T ,AN N 1 MTX N ,S ,,"'x's Q ,'wSlS.iff:4' f1,Nf.s' 4 ' K, . ff f gy' . 'WY-f xii ab QQ? X ' '. Q .kt . ,, , --Y,.-,.,. -VW ,..-,-..,.-.,..,, ,,., Jw . x. The Students Association OFFICERS lVarren YV. Collamer, '28 Pl'c.r1'den I Dlerle Nl. Schneclienburger, '28 Vice- Pl'Effl.d8l1f Theodore Zornow, '29 . Trea.ru1'cl' ' Robert L. Hood, 350 Pre.r1'del1f Sccrcialy Nl!-ZRLE M. SCHNECKENBURGER Vice- P1'c.v1'dc11l XVARREN W. Col,1.AM1-:R BOARD OF CONTROL 'V ' 3.5-. 1 . ' .5 lxglv 'f I i ij! f xi , Unix , 1 FT, 1 fj- wx, w 5 ., 1 A31 ' 2 Kb . In l 'ff 1 pi! l l G3 - xg., l . , , 51, l ' ri' , '-1 1 YE X if xg' .-Aa., V A . iff: ' ,Li . xg ' "T We, 'TN lQx :xi ii? lv? ,. 423, We Q23 wi? We gr E? 1392, ls mfg rl v me ik Eli Z Charles YV. XVatlceys, 'Ol Blatthew D. Lawless, '09 XVarren YV. Collamer, '28 fi Pl'1'.f1'dz'1ll Sevrelzl I1 V- Tremfu rel' I'Yl.Cc?-1,l'C.Vl.d6I1f 5' FACULTY MEMBERS A Edwin Fauver T. RlCl'lill'fl Long, 'ffl if Charles W. Watkeys, 'Ol ALUIWNI MENIBERS Burt F. Ewell, '14 Raymond N. Ball, 'lil UNDERGRADUATE IVXEMBERS Yvarren XV. Collamer, '28 Bl. Selig Apperman, '28 QQ Nicholas E. Brown, '28 P. Austin Bleyler, '29 .Q Hugo F. Teule, '29 EQ il fi, H5 V3 QD Ye 3 25 27:3 gg l 3 THEODORE 1. ZoRNow, '29 Rom-:RT L. Hoon, '50 Q9 1'I'U!1.l'llI't'l' Srcrclaly if Y iii A, .5 Q ': ,,,... g IQ 11,1111 14 .i ip., :e,,4:.,,, 11,39 Q, ,,,.i.1::.::'r'gf!- 'f'A 1- xx? f--W- 55 M34-Vg Arfr , w.w, 3,15 ,KQQ N A, H ,4, gWWk4,,Y,4-,gk,.,. .44 , ll D A X' A' X 43 M55 ssrfefgfr6-524521131-r:g351 "fu rfefizfi list -W.,.. .....,- . .. ..-.-....,. .... ..- .... ..,- .. ...E .-,....., ... .-.,.,., ......,................. 4, - D Y M, Y- ,, W YM WY W N ,-ml, .,. - ...nw N .. ,...-..Y J 161 1 W x wx .- rw x rx I A? ix ,f 'sz 1' Y ,. " 1 1 qv '-v. a ' N., x. N, ,f xc, X .i ' .,:l:: .',. T af .'.'g ,.1Q.,, f , . X ! l .Q a a . - 21 pf, itil. 5' QL T1 ' li ' I ,4,. 3 1 El if 1 l Q57 if H ,Q . QN .2 'ti ' . ' la, . F ' C l 1 . . ACU? T1 Lim . its Sf. The Faculty Club had its inception during the winter of 1925, the actual organization taking place after a faculty.meeting held Ianuary 2, 1923. Its fn, membership, small at first, has grown steadily until it now includes more than 85 ll members of the faculty, administration, and trustees. lag, During the first years of its existence, living quarters were maintained in 1 . X Kendrick Hall in the rooms on the first floor now occupied by The Campus office. YQ ft 'lf Not only were these quarters small but limited to one large social room which did N not make ossible the full accom lishment of the pur oses of the Club. The E fir .3 P . P P . . . 1 . Q' building committee, in its quest for larger and more ample facilities, finally secured 1 '15 during the summer of 1924, the old Stewart home as a new home for the Club. 5' Q? 'fb These quarters, formally opened in September 1924, provided dining facilities, 1 ,. Q9 living quarters for six bachelor members of the faculty, and enlarged lounging Q 'gi and social rooms. In the course of that year considerable remodeling of the interior l G' gg, of the building was carried out. 3 C3 The Club is operated throughout the college year and the Summer Session. Zip Three meals are seryed each day during this time. Nlembers of the.Club have the privilege of entertaining guests. During the summer session the dining service is M! if made available to all members of the visitin faculty and of the administration. g tsl g d h :Rf mf The Club is host to many university groups uring t e year. Faculty coffees 1,55 and teas for both men and women, departmental dinner parties, the series of Sify dinners for members of the Freshman class given by the Deans, the dinner party ,D for honor scholarship men of the Freshman class are all gladly accomodated by the P45 5 Club. During the period of preliminary training for football men prior to the kj. opening of college in the fall, the dining' facilities of the Club are made available HQ to the players. The Board of Control holds its monthly meetings at the Club. 54 Ei, The Faculty Club performs the important service of bringing together in a ll-" social wav the members of the facult and administration of the Arts College. tif Q This is actcomplished not only by the di-iilv Contact of members around the dinner ' lc? or bridge table but by several large faculty parties held. at intervals during the ,gil G, year. The Club members usually stage a three act play in Kilbourn Hall during 19 the spring term. . The officers of the Club for the current year are, Harold L. Alling, President, 'lla' Roth Clausing, Vice-Presldentg Carl Lauterbach, Secretary'-Treasurerx Dr. lf" Anders Orbeck is chairman of the social committee, Donald B. Gilchrist, chairman Q1 Qx . . ffl of the building committee, and George C. Curtiss, chairman of the house com- fix: 'W mittee. fl' V 1 ll Y ll X35 fs? We SD i . R' E .5 l 3? it ! s.--..,- ..,. ss . 5 gif f'.31-iitififfffrffff'f5f:Fif5fiZ?i:iff fiffxiirfiifff kgjkx i.f.Kl'5f-as 'gzg lzlgfgjx x kl.xi,11' 5 Q -.gi in Nil.-x.Cs.' 5- i if 9 fy-55115 SfkQb4i.si' i'k,j1.gS" X 5 if-z iv . A- cj :VW up ,n-u mn -.. M--- .- --.s... v ig.-. Mx... ..- 162 ........H Q . Ewbffeifgwaw wzrefwzfeewai-3 Llmfeau r,uer6a3swceeQew.swi?g3qw eaves 5 I 6 g . 2 I L .D Q Q .D D D . U D D .D D D . D . 3 D U D D CHARLES T. DoUDs, B.S. . R Q, 2 E E2 ARTHUR H. IVTOEHLMAN, '28 Q 111 iddle dflaniib Field Q Council Repremeniaiive C- Execufive Secreialy Pre.r1'a'enf Penn State, 1922 4 The UD1VCFSlty Y. Nl . C . A . 2 THE EXECUTIVE COIWUVIITTEE Arthur H. llfloehlman, '28 Hugo F. Teute, '29 Pre.:-ident Trea.rurer Nicholas E. Brown, '28 Donald A. Ienks, '28 Vice-Preaidenl Edward G. Hoehn, Ir., '50 Secrefar Donald A. Garrnan, '28 y Wvalter C. Diakowsky, '28 UNIVERSITY Y.1VI.C.A. COUNCIL Eugene George Alhart 1928 Donald Albert Garrnan Edward Rupert Becker Nicholas Elmer Brown Donald Albert Ienks , . Arthur Henry Moehlman . R S if C YValter O. Nlakowsky Charles Joe Coward 1929 Lucius LeClere Powell Q lvilliam Hale Havill Clifford Ladd Prosser . Nvilliam Hobart Mitchell, Ir. Luther Hager Smeltzer Allen Hatfield Ottman Hugo Frederick Teute C- Yvilliam Bisdee Turney Alan Dflarsh Glover 1950 Gilbert Hall Kirby Ci Charles Francis Gosnell Robert Nlayo Hennessy Edward George Hoehn, Ir. Peter Iohn Braal 1951 Biorris H. Greenberg Edwin Yvillis Hart George Philip Heckel Herbert Alfred Lauterbach Q George Edwin Ulp Alanning E. VanNostrand, Ir. 5 Leland Elmer Hildreth 'Q C' - m Charles Yventworth Pritchard Lloyd Schermerhorn Nlilton Tatelbaum D Alfred Iames Henderson 7. Yvillard Wadt C D Ioseph C. VS ilson Q J E oimmmmwwnemmmmmrg mmmmmawmafwm f -1' -5 -- 0 1 1 i .CK -'l we KI i v ',,,,,,,,,WW,-,M-,,,,1,,NQ,,..""'CliGXQ,,,m-Awww, www KHARKV A AA,, W ,Y.,RRk -4-An, -kA,A A .w,, I km,ggwdwyggynm-,M-mm, 'N x D I it F nil ' re gs x .4 :I ..,, 4 L.. F i I 1 i v I r v i ! I l Yi' K-'ffffffff ii ir C-W Til-:':.T.i:.f'.fff'.l1 l.'flI'l1fQu:1'Qf:1l:1-:.f.i:ll,'f.Z:l-Ilfflf, uv ,ix -Ili '1v.JlTX,1'.:::f.-lf'Q'fC "" 1-C'-l"I,t'1"' " "'ff',1f QLl:,,LT,ff:-"W "" T T' ' 7 D ' ' ' D ' "2 ix if' : :Q I' 'rift fx' Exilim I-.722 ' f 3 E , Ziff - l if e e Q! Q 1 ri ' E 5 5 I -3, l 'iv I If 5 cw 3 i E9 E Z 5 "1 E Wtf ! 19 gi' l Qfx FROSH CAMP LEADERS-1927 Q F' Q' 1 ' 7 Q . . . . . i - in ACtlVlt1CS of the UH1X7CPSlt3' X . N1 . C . A . .. i if E E ' THE COUNCIL ......... ARTHUR H. MOEHLMAN, '28, Cfmn-,,.m. 1 3, E ft-X The Council, which two years ago replaced the Cabinet, is composed of approximately thirty- l six men. It is appointed by the Executive Committee from the four classes. In its monthly E pf? I meetings plans for the future work of the Y are discussed. The chairmen of all committees report to the Council and are responsible to it. Q 1 1 l , I Fl' ,f fig E 50 - F ik : tg SPEAKERS .......... XVALTER o. MAKOWSKY, '28, c1m,',-,mm 5 E-N Each year the Y brings to the campus men prominent in social, educational or religious affairs ' to meet with groups of students, speak in assembly or chapel, or lecture before classes. Among 1 those who have visited us this year are the following: Stanley High, author and world traveler, l Frank I. Olmstead,'Secretary ofthe Student Y in New Yorkg Kirby Page, Editor of The W'ol'ld ' 5,1 To1nor'l'aw,' Patrick 51. Nlaling Nlax Yergan, Secretary of the Student Y. M. C. A. for Africa, Iames 'idk Flyers, Industrial Secretary of the Federal Council of Churches and Henry P. Van Dusen, na- Q51 l tionallv known reli ' 1 cl lp! YD. . ,V gious ea er. 1 A 'nrv 5 Aw .f l P ' if , is THE FRESHMAN CAMP ........ HUGO F. TEUTE, 129, Dircvlor If One hundred and tive memberstof the class of 1951, fifteen upperclassmen and fifteen members W 5,2 of the faculty attended the Freshman Camp which was held at Camp Cory on Keuka Lake, Sep- ' tember 15-18, 1927. The mornings were spent listening to erudite discussions of the various phases JD of university life, the afternoons rowing, swimming, playing ball or hiking and the evenings learn- it tg, , 23 Ing Rochester songs around the campfire or entertaining the citizens of Penn Yan. 5 3' .1 il X31 K ci tra Q THE STUDENT HANDBOOK . . . . DONALD A. GARBTAN, '28, Edilnr ti ggi . LUTHER H. SMELTZER, '29, Bu.f1'ne.r.r Illanager WCQ Qui Nlore familiarly known as the "Fresh Bible," a copy of this little black book will appear when 5 Q- I ,-,I you ask a student or professor for any pertinent information about the D'1en's College or when you 9 wish to make an appointment with them. W: W XG sa id 1 'Q 5? 'X' l E3 mg: Av! ,.:"...,.'-lffifill?.C??Qf..ifS':f, if ,il ,fi fflf l :fQ?f:.:.f11T1..lif:?fgii:?'1 "gut: ---'-':vTl:'.T' sl? :si : in at S Q32 fi Q QQ 1,775 emma 5 ,Q m s, ts A' in ifQb2!fr3 gl - 164 , YA 1 wmamwwwcmwmmwmu Qwceawcesewekwwpwaewwzfcu , S- DISCUSSION GROUPS ..... Q . . . C. LADD PRossER, '29, Chairman During the fall several freshman groups met in the homes of members of the faculty or under the leadership of upperclassmen who were tent leaders at Freshman Camp: In the second semester Dr. Dexter Perkins led a group in a discussion of current national and international affairs, Dr. C.' H. Moehlman another on religion, and a group under Dr. Arthur I. May considered problems of undergraduate life. Mr. Thomas Nlutch was the leader of a group preparatory to the Lisle Con- ference. UNIVERSITY Y CAMPAIGN .,... LUTHER H. SMELTZER, '29, Chairman About eight hundred and fifty dollars toward the budget of the Christian Association was pro- vided as a result of this campaign which is held annually around the first of November. Four teams of ten men each do the work-a small army of stamps do the collecting-so far as possible. FACULTY COFFEES ........ ALLEN H. OTTMAN, '29, Chairman On NVednesday afternoons in February the ladies of the faculty dispense excellent coffee, sandwiches, cookies and doughnuts at the Faculty Club. Professors and students find themselves irresistably drawn to the feast which includes in addition to the food all kinds of interesting and diverting conversation. THE DETROIT CONVENTION During the Christmas holidays the quadrennial convention of the Student Yolunteer Nlove- ment was held in Detroit. Dr. Eliot D. Hutchinson, Charles T. Douds, Elton H. Butler, Carl B. Alden, Herbert A. Lauterbach and Alfred B. Yvangman represented the lVlen's College. Noted men of every race and from many lands made us realize that we Nordics must take care for our laurels. 7 VAN DUSEN DINNER ....... ARTHUR H. NIOEHLMAN, '28, Chairman Twenty alumni, resident in Rochester, accepted invitations to attend with students and some of the faculty, a dinner which was held in the Eastman Dormitory on Nlarch Zlst. The theme was the place and function of the Y on the new campus. Henry P. VanDusen of New York, national secretary of the student Y, was :the speaker. Everyone felt it to be worth while and the idea of having the old grads and undergraduates sit downtogether seemed good enough to repeat next vear. . LISLE CONFERENCE ........ DONALD A. IENKS, '28, Chairman On the week-end of April 15th, students from most of the New York state colleges, both men and women, met in the little village of Lisle. Hikes and baseball were mingled with discussions of all sorts of questions about outlawing war, slums, strikes and religion. Some half dozen students represented the University Y. Among the leaders were Frank Olmstead, Arthur Rugh of China and Harry Bone. EMPLOYIWENT BUREAU ' A part of the work of the Y is to help the student who wishes to work and the person who wants a student to work for him to get together. General unemployment has caused a shortage of work for students this year. However more than one-fourth of the Men's College have secured part- time or vacation employment through this service. cmmmmmewwmmmm WCRQQQRQYDRGTFQQOBFQXGSFUJ I 165 . . wg. - aa bs. : -E5C7bQ3Q'96QJL7I5Q!U7b'Q3l'9B'Q34Jb'Q9LJ ? li Q L 2 2 3 2 3 M. SELIG APPERMAN 5 Premidenf h S Q The Neutrals E Vg, ' OFFICERS 5 D M. Selii,ApEfr1?an, 28 C Abe 'lijilbau 28 Vice-Pre.u'a'enl K 5, Horace? Grover, '29 A Lg g ' Ed GS Hoehu, If., 'so cg gy r tary . E 'D 3 EQ 3 5 Lmwwwmmrmmmmmm "9fQ96'lfvNG3f?.9Lvf3fQSLG30'Qx675e'Q9J 166 ,L - M- --A .:4............ 93 C 2 .5 f f". ' -' 1 i fn ' z'- I .Q '.'.' fff.fffff',.fQ.,,, f ' ' - 2,. fQffQQ.flQ',Qf.f Nl ,,., Q V i 1 A 1 w W 1 W YN I xxx E f 2- 1 + F ' i 1 l E A 5 5 4 i F! I 3 f 3 1951 xf S lg I , 1, N XX w . ,. ,... - .L,.,, .,,, ..,Y, , ,A,, ,,.. ,LLL , , ,, . ..,.,?'Q5'-f.'v"' 1 X 1 Q X . X N X-U.,S'. QQ Ju NW ,l ,Q,3YNy' if ,7 ,.,.., ,N n I f. X 1 EV A Cbfm, L. ff 'riff ' ' ., 1 Xe. -P-fE:.5x H. N- 6 o f f' , J. 53, van ' - 4 I -- ..,J.f-gr. xi 'ir .gf " Leek 4 v: pf: Q LN N2 'Sv Q 41-my X sy-xx A V, 4 1 -sf , ---' Nw-sw -X-. 'w -' 'T ,., 'wil-" gif, gs 4f!,4,'Efr -f ' S-.gs -A .rgjm Qu gm if 53 ri ,le '-4 1- ,K R 1- L. --- A 4- ,x -. 'X If Q gg Alpha Delta Phi Founded at Hamilton College i Rochester Chapter, 1852. Colors: Green and Xvhife. n 1822 Twenty-seven Active Chapters. Thirty-four Active Nlembers. .,f""- . ,1-tg, . - --W . s ,,,.. v L . . . X 1 168 E--- E- , -, E ,,-me it I. fy i ! X s ln -QR 'x -, f ffZ5.S5E?EfS?f5S2tfiTiQ5tf2ZfQ95 5 """"e""""' ' W f""" ' ' ' 1 'mf' H" ' M""""'E"""A""""""""-'-""""'-"""'r""-W-"'p"'-'-'-' Sm l f 3 51 li? i ef, il R ie- 55 lf Q I5 I I, IE: Q -42" I le. 'FU I gl 'Q 65 Prince Street S gl N' 1 2 Q Alpha Delta Phi 2 N' pl, li ROCHESTER CHAPTER J, Pl' FRAYTRES IN FAVCULTATE K l Rush Rhees Hugh A. Smith ' Henry Edmund Lawrence N' z p fl FRATRES IN PRAESENTI C J l 1928 YQ. :A Donald Albert Ienks Robert Earle Platt lm Pi Willis Truman Iensen Philip Nlilton VanDeventer QQ, Gordon hlontgomery Nleade Ernest Conger Yvhitbeck, Ir. ll 1929 9 Clark Iotham Baker Edward Parke Doyle lg Earl Philip Bowerman Vincent Harris Dlaloney gg Kenneth Iustice Chase Allen'Hatfield Ottman lv Iohn Deyo Chipp i Hugo Frederick Teute Q ' e Q Roger Parsons Vickery .fl K., E . ' 19317 P " 'D Thomas Edward Hall Donald Burton Lamb' ly I Richard Cragg Hart Gifford Phillips Orwen ,qv Robert lVlayo Hennessy Richard Owen Roblin, Ir. l Ei gm Kenneth Gordon Kugler Bert Allison VanHorn Y - SX Q Q 1931 p u Q 1- E Carl Burton Berikwitz Roger Yvatkeys Iackson C J Walter Frederick Bent lvilliam Iohn Miller Robert Samuel Burrows , CharlesNVentworth Pritchard ' Arthur Barker Chapplell, Ir. Raymond Frederick Savage D Kenneth Howe Fletc er Robert Dow Stannard 6 E Lindsey YVilliamson Ga Pledge . A A D Harmon Terrill Hinchey Cl 'D E Hellenic Council C D E Yvillis Truman Iensen Edward Parke Doyle Q l 2 li ' ,, E L Qidiifaea mm emma mm gmmmmifs Q 169 4, i iii u ,i - X - ,Q. - gl 'F MMAVAML iw rv My A 2 l I 1 3 ,l H xi 4. ' ' x Xl -A N X 'pg I , gl , N, .3 , . b if .i ll X i ' ' :M V, ' 1 A - 3 Q " fl ? W N' 1 f 1' Q i 'i'3mkiT'f'4 U , PW,-ef. .gf i . t 1 K - Q .f f " it i' 'X 'k ' Lo " " f el t Q,-wa . U i A f 1 ' , A s it 'li ' V 2 E Q f ,xx R ox V 3 it F ga L ki 1 lilx Q V l - 3 gg 5 Delta Upsllon Q . 1 l ' ' Founded at Yvilliams College in 1854. Q 'kj i Rochester Chapter. 1852. li Colors: Gold and Blue. , Q- 1125 Publication: Delia Upmflon Qlll1l'f6l'Alj. - Fifty-two Active Chapters. l 7511 Twenty-eight Active Nlembers. Q :"n'l i l V Q 1 g l iw i 1.315 if I1 ix l i L l Sl l ll ! l 3 iw E tif! Z Q35 L .jp l ' fs, l l 2 'ffl is ee ' 451. l ITN f' J : M 9 il'QTfQ:1. "', 3-TIT '.'i 'ff v,f'lfE5T1'i1f' fLilfIf.1'f'QfI',,QLl:-L14-ffi-Igfihiitvvgixxlff':'ff,Lf'f1'llffi'flifQ.:Tii::':.:T?,f1:.f.:ii lflwfg Lfinlgi. .I eff 123.-Ysgfb simile 5 J Q2 TL ei 913- 5 ?QfT1ulFJ QTL gx 1 fT9Q,iIrffl'?1 if -33,513 lfiiylmf-2. H9 Q L.. -v HM W v K E -VWZ Y, ., .V 1 W V K 170 Q . A . gozmwwwwzswgasmgmfeywzmu easmmswcwmnmwzswwcebwzfgae 5 1 E C. Q R C. 55 Strathallan Park Q Delta Upsilon Q ROCHESTER CHAPTER D FRdTRES IN FACULTATE 1 C' Raymond N. Ball Wvilliam Riggs Line D gliar5eEYVrighiTDoglgek I-Vililliam Daytonhlllerrell C' oy ooper air an s m n K nt P 'n L 1 5 Herman LeRoy Fairchild Affhui Raiifjen I Dev C i Iohn Rothwell Slater 0' W FRA TRES IN PIUIESENTI y Q . 192.9 1 Q, 'D Francis Freeland Abercrombie Edward Pius Loeser C' Warren Walrath Collamer Hildreth Cadmus Olney ' D Harry Raymond Andrew Henrickson Wvilliam Howard W'est C, 'D 1929 3 C D ' ?Trgia William Buchan R DonalddAvery Landon Cv on ames are ' H fa Ddl R t D Nathan Raymond, Gilbert Cliairle-s Grzgoeiisy Srciiith C D 1930 Q Igharlelsayilliam Blackmon cR:ichardES5:ofield Smith y , W t B 1' U1 l J Eaiigces Sgzaillicriiieigfglciainnman , " Ilgliiiging lfglllfan Illlostrand, Ir. CY 1 oert yeair ' nAl.dWk 1 'D Gordon Richmond Miller Eiiggne Eyizgofyi Zailiei, Ir. Q 1931 fa -D lglglton Qmdreg Kimball Ellis yelrnef Riclliard Love win i is art o n a t 'D Brownell Ralph Iamison Harmoii gteellgen C 'D Pledgew ' ' D Owen Elkins,Fang . . Arthur Claire Potter C D Hellenic Council V ' C -D P William Howard Vllest Donald Avery Landon f J Q C mfr. fwwmmew1mmmmf..wmmfmmfmwmmmmw mb 171 - 4 ' if ,L QV Q ,- if Alb ' .cn- rx Q -6 01 I .yrwkhwx csv Delta Kappa Epsilon Founded at Yale University in 1844. Rochester Chapter, 1856. Colors: Red, Blue and Gold. Publication: Delia Ifappfz Ep.r1'lon Quarierfu Forty-five Active Chapters. Thirty-three Active Nlembers. Holders of Basketball Cup. Holders of Swimming Cup. Holders of All-year Cup. x l ffl , W... " "' 'viiigg:,i1t7g','gT:'5mN-A-- -QA----iw -- ----- - --- - - -- -- ------ -- f- - -- -- X X if-V TW 3' -"QT -f l 5-is .ft-if-, ff-1. .ful f"'i'X-12:7-if ITF- Tffftt "ll-Ffflfff :W-lN"' CY M- --H , -X 2 x N--Q 4 xg g , ', K -Qing-f' Hi' 'iflwj ,-X N.. 'xl P K 1.1.-1-J-'f L K '- "-..- Y x ' '1 X . i , . r. Mx .C wiv .lg Lf .t- ,ff x .- ,N Q 1 1 if I .3 ME. ,xl ws. ilk 1143 5 i 1 ke. I f,-TN 5 K, 5 51 fffi M- ..,, am..- Y. ,omWong--,,,,,,-.,,,-,,w.,-wC,, 172 X.. V ' A sealed WBQJPQWSQ3 bomei 9:52239 Lf o edkieow a55+3R?5oS 'G?ies vamp, me D Pl- R ls -do , or il 5 A lf Qi W: K Co. , 1 49 Prince Street D. Delta Kappa Epsilon Q BETA PHI CHAPTER Q - FRATRES IN FAICULTAITE , l f 'g Victor I. Chambers Flatthew D. Lawless ia' FRATRES IN PRAESENTI A 1928 4 A l x , Oliver Nlilton Hall Charles Timothy Sullivan N p D Iames Thornton U 1 1929 1 . G Peter Austin Bleyler Charles Harold Kincaid Q D ' Yvesley Carlough Buck Samuel Francis Alagarigal 1 'D Gerald Iohn Burns 1 Charles Iohn Dietz i C Harold Albert Decker David Plunket Richardson il , D Iames Hamilton Galloway William Yvarren Smith Q, D Thomas Ioseph Iackson YVilliam Boardman XVallace C' Yvilbur Andrew Kenyon . C 1 Iohn Ioseph YVilson, Ir. - D 1930 C' Emmett Francis O'Neil Iohn E. O'Reilly Frederick Yvilliam Conner ' Dlaurice Darrohn Faugh Robert L. Hood . Iohn Edward woes Q 'D A Raymond Everett Kirkpatrick Roger Daniels Yvellington C' Ralph Cady Yeaw N 1951 Q D Peter Iohn Braal 1 Irving Lewis Mix i C Carl Edgar Fisher , Robert Gray Ocorr f -D Edson Fuller Kincaid Ralph Alfred Yvhipple 4' 'D ' Ioseph C. Yvilson C D p Hellenic Council ' C 2 D! Oliver Nlilton Hall Iohn Ioseph Vtlilson, Ir. Q5 om fijwwmnrn mm Qmwmm mmmmfwsfw 1 175 KM! 1 ,-iv I kv.. 5 ,zo I fs ,rl . ' s X 1 4, . Q, flj if 3' 1 ! 3 4 ?l liz il ii :. ,' 1 'I lwgz ll libel' 1, gl 2 -il 1 'if ."xi girl Y.-ll slfif ,'l 3.1 ml 1 if Ifirsgi ix" T 1-lii '--ill 3,1 fm-lll: '-'. 4 lids :Navi lxfagl lily? CS: l' my I 1 z gb 'st .Mir omg s 1 aiill f-gi 57,5 'v'? Mila wllil llfli 953.1 :ve LX! V M ,. .1 -Nil . -'Sig iff' R in i 1 sf , ' E . , ,Kk. ' 'F '11 szmv -Q 1 :N -f .V , b ooo, Wigm ' T fi 4 'EX Q VCE-VX! Qgsvgh. , ., ..., ..-ev Ikpl-'lTO'6u Psi Upsilon Founded at Union College in 1853. Rochester Chapter, 1858. Colors: Garnet and Gold. Publication: The Diamond. Twenty-seven Active Chapters. Twenty-six Active Nlembers. f,....,NX , ,... .., ,.... M............-,.,.,-..-...,.,.......-...-.1......,f . , .-.. - .h....1-......e,,... ., ,.... ,.. Y... , , 4 , MC! ' 1 1 f . or A . . gr. C. , . x..f x I , L,..-,d-....,-...... X slhx.. ,2. ., N , C X. 1 Y. C., .eR,,.e,,. ,, .mg l Q ' A 174 Q x, , ,Q . t 5 I . Bmswmwwvwwmywmwmmau uefmwwmwwwwwuws ,4 I 6.9KQ9Q.96'Q9Q52fQ!. Q g- ' " -15? fQ1GNQFWKQ5fQlCv-" Q95Q96.95'Q? "XQ3t'7b'Q!Q9ZQ9i9TQ9 1 Y . 1 1 4 . D ' I Q .T ' S, . Q . i 1 . Q ' 5 Q 53 P Q 3 ' fE 3 "b'QJi92fQiii9ZSQ3L97S'Q3iWQ! I Q 3 , 1 , , b 1 , . Q I 'I C D Q" , . 4 V, C Qmmmmmowwmmmm wmmmmwbdmmfammd ' 175 2 Mm g '? 13 2 3 2 S 3 2 2 QXQQQQFQQGWQQQFMQQQQ 00263 Q263fQlv gm 43 3 ve ' A 2 W? QQZSQQQQZYQJ . .- 1950319359650 QQ!!! U 3 , 3 imgmmmmfgyqwwmmmmj 177 A 2 3 2 , 5 5 Bmwmwwwwmmwuwu Qemwcuenwmazmawceswzme 5 1 a S 1 1 5 5 1 W I 1 1 1 1 1 i 3 1 1 : 1 1 1 l . 1 I 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 ' ' 1 1 , . 1 1 . -I - I 1 ' k 1 1 1 1 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 ' 1 1 A 1 U 1 L , A 'Q g 4 1 f Lmmmxmmrasmmvmmsm ' qmQmrmmfQ95sfmmmmsm9,.1 1 178 3 2 2 2 2 S 3 2 E I 3 'E 3 3 ' n W-, , , . 51315159 mmf emefmfzmvwzfoilemeap gwcvwmfpwwwwzswwaeswzmg 'J C' G Q 3 2 xi A Q 21 Prince Street i Q 4 i kv D Sigma Delta Epsilon y Q FRATRES IN PRAESENT I i Q , 1928 C, D Wesley Franklin Ashman Max Loren Dunn A C' i , Charles Edmund Bahler Paul Curtis Durkee p Edward Rupert Becker Norman Pitman Stevenson I 929 George Harold Hook Gordon Lee Matthews -D p - Kenneth Mullie Ingison Walter William Paris C- D A William Middleton Sheppard A S J l 1950 1 Q D L Nelson Philip Beck Charles Wadsworth Fairbanks i C Felix Louis Blowers Russell Clark Garrison 1 ,D Fred Arthur Bryan Leo Francis Gilman C, D l Kenneth LeMay Chasey Paul Anthony Lembcke C A Lloyd Nelson Coombs Charles Lewis Resler J James Yvilliam Cook ' Donald Newton Valkenburg C' L A 1931 ' C X , Leland Elmer Hildreth Donald Ross Phillips f J Gerald McGuire. Clarence William Straub p lv 'D Iustin Marlowe Williams Q Q1 1 Z5 ' Pledgew ' 'D Don-Alonzo Gaylord Gleason George Turner Stewart C ,D Harold Alexander Kelso Foster Thayer, Ir. ' C, U Clesson Nathan Turner , C' D t Hellenah Council L D 4 Charles Edmund Bahler William Middleton Sheppard i Dt , A E Q,mQx4wmm0ammmmmr,mmmmmfQMwfMmQm1ma p 179 ' ., x,- .i .X v. 1 5' X --f , yh. l k t Tx- Y, J x 'ff r I it 1 A Q i . Q- mir, Sqn ' '- f Q. N - :uf A I X? x -1? ' JL u i ,. pw: at lf' ' 'lk , xxx if in K ?.?2i'31g F X vi?-hi! 'lip-2 xl vi? D 1 ' a rx 8 X Theta Chi Founded at NOTNViCl1'UHiY'8PSlty Rochester Chapter, 1920. in 1856 Colors: Nlilitary Red and Xvhite. Publication: The Raffle. Forty-four Active Chapters. Thirty-eight Active Plembers. Holders of Track Cup. H 1 I l R., uf 180 Ebmmwzwwzsevwmvwmawomu Qwouwowwoekwxwwceiwzme 5 G Q Q Q L 45 Prince Street Theta Chi Q E ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER D FRATRES IN FACULTATE I C William Ioseph Conley Conrad Henry Moehlman ' T. Richard Long Eric Carroll Vance D FRAT RES IN PRAESENT I i Cr j 1928 A C Donald Albert Garman V Arthur Henry Moehlman , Karl Frederick Goeckel Milton-Van Nest Pullen Iohn Whitbeck Keller ' Merle M. Schneckenburger Chauncey Everett Diartin Harold Garland Sliker D 1929 Q Carl Burton Alden Herbert Arthur Eby U Hubert Winslow Brown VVilliam Hobart Mitchell, Jr. C Q Elton Iohn Burgett George Richard Morley C .D S Charles Ioe Coward Lewis Henry Reed l D , Clark Hall Dale Walter Iames Sullivan 1 C A ' Theodore Iohn Zornow H ' i C 'D r 1950 A D David Ellwyn Bennett, Ir. VVilliam Lister Lake C Harold Iames Kemp Grant Simpson Miller Q Q Gilbert Hall Kirby Benjamin Emmett Norris r Robert,Fowler Knight . George- Bruno Patrizio i Herbert Benjamin Snelgrove ' C D A ' 1951 D Ralph Alfred Barker Alfred Iames Henderson C Todd Wheaton Coward Francis Iohn Kinney D Scott Westcott Donaldson Albert William Lorch f 'D Erwin Engert p ' Phillip M. Smith C ' Ellsworth fared Wilson 1 D - Pledge C' 'D p George Anderson McGill C D Hellenic Council ' Q ,D Merle M. Schneckenburger William Hobart Mitchell, Ir. C- pp iialffi QX9Tfh253fQ2G3fQ2G3fl20'95,?3fQQ6Wf5R03fQ9cG3fQ9Q3fQXG3fQ9J 181 'CJ 'lxxf' , s ,- ' X - 1 1 1 R MW yi-fx W it e"o Y 1 fry ' . :gilt . I n l L A Beta Delta Gamma Local Fraternity, formed in 1926 from the Rochester Commons Club. , Colors: Orange and Blue. Sixteen Active Biembers. l l R L i 3? fi 'E ls H -t Wk WE'-M W I .,. K, f , ' ,, ...K .x '. . 182 3? U wwcmwemwmvmvwzmmmp c9s9aoayice9wmefgQ98f5Q9wcq9ig5se9G 1 9 9 C 9 9 no 9 " ell. 61 r Q 2 l 1 Q Q 1 r le 55 Upton Park D Beta Delta Gamma EQ FRHTER IN FACULTATE K -D Iohn Raymond Vanostrand Q lg U l K l F Rd T RES IN PRAESENT I l 1 . 1928 p Q Eugene George Alhart Francis LeRoy Fennell 4 Q Donald Robert Clark Kenneth Cooper Fisher U 1929 E Q Arthur Charles Ballman lklilton Alfred Huggett l ca .D Earl Iohn Howard Q Yvarren Wingate Pierson f leg D 1930 A Samuel David Erckert Charles Francis Gosnell Vt, D Alfred Baumer Yvangman U D 1931 Q A William Beel Floyd Diilton Hathaway l Leigh Silburn Greenfield Ralph Howe Lewis X ,, D Lloyd Schermerhorn 7 ' 3 I Pledgea' A -D William Francis Bristol Otto Christopher Hahn p 'D U , Charles Erwin Clark Willard Edward Hardies V 1 ' Edward Byrne Frederick Alton Meigs " ' D George Emery Ogilvie D 1 QQ' D Hellenic Council HQ D Eugene George Alhart Earl Iohn Howard 3 C. 'H Q 15 - - Q-4L 5,-R-- W- -- 1 ---- 'H f ,,,.ZlTI1"?I1j.-..4.L.f:IiY1'lIlL"-1.."l'..--- '""""J L 'ewgfmnmmwnpmfavmmema 1 nmmwawmwammfaxmwarg 185 s Nj -'L-ff5C5XxL' -'M--Mm 4 Y'-'N' W' V - f 551,77 fNf'1fv---, v . .K R A, i37li3f1Lf2'5Lif9EQ5' Q59 5 C935 at Aff? UYQQ WWW I 'QQPVT 'I fl l ,Q R Gi I Q fu, .- s ix My F S I 5 4 R DR. ARTHUR I. MAY QS Imparlfal drbiier Q, Hellenic Council I gg ' Q, OFFICERS DR. ARTHUR I. MAY I mparzfial flrbifer C. 5 CHARLES E. BAHLER ED, Pre.:-idenf Q Ioi-IN I. WILSON, IR. E Secrefary ,, K MEMBERS C+ 1928 Willis Truman Iensen Nlerle M. Schneckenburger Howard VVest Dliles Nvitherspoon Eugene George Alhart Charles Edmund Baliler Oliver Dflilton Hall Kenneth Ellsworth Iackson William William 2 1929 ' ' Yvilliam Hobart Alitchell, Ir. if Middleton Sheppard ' Iames Smalley 55 Edward Parke Doyle 3 Earl Iohn Howard Donald Avery Landon William Barrow lxiann William Edward Iohn Ioseph NVilson, Ir. C Q Q 3 Q' ' 'JRE 5' 'QW' 'Kiki 4. F jj, I M151 . 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'HI 4 O ,I n , ,igg 41144, I llllql wslalwF:1f,,..ffi:i2l2: :1 f 1 4 f'i1'1' , meg:g:.asfg,f:emag:,gvs, we 1 f 11- g 4"m'if!!h'fifl'Qif:':':'Q':SU'ff' 'u , ::.- E If ng in 'Z 7 . gi --H 1 I Y, ""Z'-"'--1.-:.. X 1 U ., , -'- ' g W...-1 I 1 1 1 .L -----M I L. .. ,v -- 4 ' f l' ' + W xi, X - -'I' .1 M 'T-. Y 1-,, .. C G' A , - x.- M.. -. , -.. - 'X-W' HONORARY A ug :Ugg-3 Qxrgign , Qabf ii, Y, , gf L " --, EBSQ! LHBQ4' 875113 L'R'Q9 5.5533 Lf' K3 EET!! LQYQ! 19393 19530 l95'k'9 I W V y I IU 5 5 'D .D L. U L ID cl ff' Q7 5 -'N YD KL 3 D Phi Beta Kappa Q lg FOUNDED AT WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE, 1776 0 D I ofa Chapler of .New Yorkg C-fftlbll.-.fl18d 1887. lv U C Pl'8J'l.d8I1f'CURTIS FITZSIMONS, '95 I Illilfd-PI'8J'l.dCI1-f-PROFESSOR IOHN R. SLATER, PH.D. M Q Secrefary-PROFESSOR CLARENCE KING MOORE, PH.D. Q D T reamrer-BENJAMIN B. CHASE, '89. he D , FRATRES IN FACUL TATE . Q D Rush Rh Alf .1 H ' 1 C gf Geor e Dliither Forbes Rotlii Claziigiign ones ,- J Chajes Wright Dodge Iohn Edward Hoffmeister M D Henry Edmund Lawrence Hugh MacKenzie Ryland Morris Kendrick Ralph William Helmkamp Q Clarence King Moore Lester Oatway Wilder 7 Q Arthur Sullivan Gale Harold L. Humphreys ,q FD Iohn Rothwell Slater Charles Trotter Bunnell !Q3 I gi-ptcir I?-hu Chambers gliotc?olelfIi,1tchinson oe n ric nc ,ED Williialiii Dayitgn Merrell Ralph golailrliiuel al3at:es 6 ? Iohn Raymond Murlin Ronald W. P. King D Charles William Watkeys Harold Henry Millott Ig JU x35.O'5Q3QJ xj Dexter Perkins Ioseph Henry Foth Diran H. Tomboulian .Charles William Upton ' ELECTED IN 1928 Edward Rupert Becker Arthur Henry Moehlman Moe Ginsberg p l Abe Tatelbaum A9636-QR63fW 0 669679 Ut. 3 SQ Q 59 3 2 Q. sm-, , 4-iw xr U Kappa Phi Kappa Professional Educational Fraternity. Founded at Dartmouth College in 1912. Rochester Upsilon Chapter, 1926. Colors: Green and 1Vhite. Publication: The Open Book. Twenty-eight Active Chapters. Twenty Active hlemlners. FRATRES IN FACUL TAITE Francis Iames Brown XV. Lawrence Iudd Frithiof Carl Borgeson GRJDUJTE STUDENTS Ralph Samuel Bates Bernard Halloran Dollen Iames Scotland Vtlishart FRATRES IN PRAISENTI 1928 Donald Robert Clark ' Samuel Feld Robert Edward Critchell Donald Alhert Garman , Ioseph XVilliam Smith 1929 Everett Edward Ashe Kenneth Alullie Ingison Sherhurne Frederick Barber Bernard H. Lee Iohn Deyo Chipp Yvarren Vtlingate Pierson Nathan Raymond Gilbert Luther Hager Smeltzer Eugene Nliller Stull . -X R 187 Keidaeans LOCAL SENIOR HONORARY SOCIETY Organized in 1924 FACUL TY JIEJIBERS George Chester Curtiss George A. Hutchinson Charles Hoeing Carl Lauferhach T. Richard Long UNDERGRADUATE ZW Nlorris Selig Apperman Charles Edmund Bahler Nicholas Elmer Brown Vllarren Vklalrath Collamer Samuel Ehre Aloe Ginsberg Philip hlilfon VanDe EMBERS l Oliver Nlilton Hall Kenneth Ellsworth Iaclison Eugene Loewenthal Gordon Nlontgomery Nleade Arthur Henry Aloehlman Merle Nl. Schneckenburger Venter sie fx l 5 l If"-3" l K 2 if-C1 , , . X- r wif ll f' it ' ill R wig i ,vii ,.L-Ni nv: H551 ,-ji-' ml VW? 1 ,SWA Elcff 2 ,r-fill 73,52 Ikiug il 2 ml JU fir . I 1 iiiv.I TK , R,-Xi E l 1. 1431! Fix l 'N lib 935 l ifywl l 'fx ? L31 f I KX. 5 E li l ie. i X: :fn I 1 we Iflfil W fill l -2757 Qle' ffffzff seri 3 R Xu, ' 188 Nl endicants IUNIOR HONORARY FRATERNITY Oqqanfzed fn 1926 JIEJIBERS 1928 Francis Freeland Abercrombie Charles Edmund Bahler Nicholas Elmer Brown Yvarren Yvalrath Collamer Oliver Nlilton Hall VVillis Truman Iensen Gordon Flontgomery Nleade Robert Earle Platt Nlerle Nl. Schneckenhurger YVilliam Nliles Yvitherspoon Roger Xvhitman 1929 Peter Austin Bleyler David Plunkett Richardson Kenneth Iustice Chase Luther Hager Smeltzer YVilliam Hale Havill Hugo Frederick Teute Donald Avery Landon Iohn Ioseph Wvilson, Ir. Yvilliam Barrow hlann Theodore Iohn Zornow 189 "'Z5E9UbT5fL"2SEJt MILQBT' 'BQQR 'G' 'K' KQZSQJQHKQQQQZY' LJ 051' OL! LJ UU dl! 0633! . C veg-Q :Q ' -.357 1 ---in -.lk 4-"Q, 3, r ,ff 'le ' I ',- L fe' stir , "IW :S a 5-:A , 17 fi.. ,s er, , -. Vt. ws 5' I O Theta P1 Sigma LOCAL INTERGROUP FRATERNITY Organized in 1908 FACULTY Raymond N. Ball Matthew D. Lawless Theodore F. Fitch A T. Richard Long Donald W. Gilbert Hugh A. Smith Carl Lauterhach Raymond L. Thompson Lester O. Wilder ' IIEIIBERS 1928 Charles Edmund Bahler Nicholas Elmer Brown Warren Walrath Collamer Maxi Loren Dunn X Oliver Milton Hall Philip Milton .vanDe Gerald Richard Barrett Peter Austin Bleyler Harold Hook ' Kenneth Mullie In ison Donald Avery Lanion William Barrow Mann Lucius LeClere Powell Arioch Isis Boalim Moloch Chemos Osiris Dagon Rim mon Qmf.wwmmn-mmmmm 1929 1950 190 Kenneth Ellsworth ackson George Eaton Merritt Robert Earle Platt Merle M. Schneckenhurger William Miles Witherspoon Venter William Middleton Sheppard Wilfred Raymond Sherman Luther Hager Smeltzer Hugo Frederick Teute Roger Parsons Vickery Iohn Ioseph Wilson, Ir. Theodore Iohn Zornow Thammus Asmadai Orus Mulciber Ramiel Ariel Adromelech ru Q! t'9b'Q! BBQ! 55529 ly x3Q96E:NL'96QjL'V6QJ Q9 QQZSQJ EUTUUZUKQJ KQZVQJJQ3 D Q D Q t chi Rho FRESHMAN HONORARY FRATERNITY 'D Organized in 1909 D I z7IE.f1IBERS 1928 Morris Selig Apperman Kenneth Ellsworth Iackson Nicholas Elmer Brown George Eaton Merritt Warren Walrath Collarner Philip Milton VanDeventer D 1 1929 D . Peter Austin Bleyler Iohn Ioseph Wilson, Ir. D Wilfred Raymond Sherman Theodore Iohn Zornow 1930 D Thomas Edward Hall Geor e Bruno Patrizio Raymond Everett Kirkpatrick Frani Michael Rago Kenneth Gordon Kugler Richard Scofield Smith D Benjamin Emmett Norris Lyndon Harwood Thatcher Iohn E. O'Reilly Iohn Edward Watts D Ralph Cady Yeaw 1931 Rameses XIX Espires XIX D ' Menes XIX Apris XIX Amasis XIX Asortoson XIX AD Thotmes XIX Menentho XIX D I Mercira XIX Merneptah XIX '1 Ptolemy XIX y Necho XIX 'D i . Q R 'U 3 l tt emfammwmamnpmmfmmsm gmmmmrmmmsmfwmwma 19l Delta Rho LOCAL IOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY Organized in 1916 AL U JI NI Hugh A. Smith, '07 lV1atthew D. Lawless, '09 Ernest A. Paviour, '10 Lester O. Yvilder, '11 Harold W. Sanford, '12 Raymond N. Ball, '14 Clarence T. Leighton. '17 Glenn C. lV1orrow, '17 Yvilbur G. Yvoodams, '17 Donald l1'1arks, '18 Thomas F. lW'1urray, '18 Clarence C. Stoughton, '18 l1'1erwin C. Orser, '19 Herbert R. Childs, '20 lacob R. C-ominsky, '20 E. LaRue Ely, '20 Paul lV1acFar1ancl, '20 Iohn C. Slater, '20 Cyril Staud, '20 Henry E. Yvondergem, '20 Theodore YV. Klee, '21 Dwight Erwin Lee, '21 lV1onroe A. Blumensteil, '21 Iohn F. Bush, Ir., '21 F. lN'1arland Gale, '22 Ioseph lV1. Naughton, '22 Alfred Sproat, '22 Yvalter Bennett, '23 Kenneth Boyer, '25 George Carhart, '23 Roswell R. lV1arsha11, '25 Charles A. lV1orrison, '25 Roger S. Yvilliams, '23 Adelbert C. Hartung, '24 C. Dwight Greenfield, '24 Yvalter Orthner, '24 Elmer C. YVa1zer, '24 Ernest D. YVard, '24 Richard L. Greene, '25 Edmund T. Grosselfinger, '25 Frederic L. Yvellington, '25 A. Vernon Croop, '26 Robert l5'1. Gordon, '26 Gervase N. Love, '26 Frederick R. lxietzinger, '26 Xvilhur YV. O'Brien, '26 Harold Suttle, '26 Roger P. Butterfield, '27 Louis Regner, '27 Iames S. VVishart, '27 Roy R. Yerger, ex-'28 FAYCULTY .JIEJIBER ' Donald B. Gilchrist UNDERGRADUATE ZUEJIIBERS lV1oe Ginsberg, '28 P. Austin Bleyler, '29 Paul C. Durkee, '28 192 Troubadours LOCAL HONORARY MUSICAL Socmrx' Olyanized in 1920 IQICUL TY JI E171 BER Charles Yvilliam Vklatkeys JIEJIBERS ' 1928 Paul Curtis Durkee Yvillis Truman Iensen Donald Albert Garman Eugene Loewenthal Kenneth Ellsworth Iackson Arthur Henry lxloehlman Hildretlx Cadmus Olney 1929 YVilliam Hale Havill Charles Gregory Smith Wlilliam Bisdee Turney 1950 Robert Clyde Fair 195 c ,KTA fix c M ,. , ,.,.....,,,,, fl .G ,W . - ss-, "Q 4.f3s,.,fr i. K ,LTTQITT'ff2FT'f7TflTi3. J- of-if is 1. ,-we-f r ,- f if-fwfWf:gf'Q-x ,wgffv-1--ft r .f-- .4 qf, 21',,-ff 'Z FCXJIH R:,lHpfX. fx! 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N fix - ti Transcribed From The Notebook of Jack Dalton Q Up East Avenue came lack Dalton, reporter for the popular weekly journal of g the intelligentsia, Freedom. He was intent on visiting all the eating clubs at Rochester Campus and getting to the bottom of the Fraternity problem there. IQ So he trudged along the brilliant thoroughfare, looking for a certain dimly recalled 1 fb street name, and turned left as 'Upton Park' appeared on a blue and white sign ff before him. Down the winding lane he went till he saw a house, bearing a sign 'QA "Motormen and Conductors, Local No. 52." And entering he sw a long line of Q youths directed by one efficient, moustached little body, who beat time with his hands and said, "Now, when No. 1 is three paces forward,No. 2 will start," and so we on, and young Dalton knew he was looking at the Delta Belt stag line in practice. A short stay, and on with the quest. The sidewalks of University Avenue spurned beneath his feet as went down to Strathallan Park. There he was stopped by the musical tones of chimes ringing out 'Little Brown Iug' while thirty and more fine looking, upstanding youths stood at attention. The carrilon stopped, the line broke, and Iack was 'swept into the crowd of eager boys forming this li. local chapter of the Elks. Back slapping and hand shakin , to no end and in the G corner, a handsome youth judiciously intoned, "N ow, if they vote the way they .Iwi say they will, and if this other bunch stays in line, we'll ream 'em all yet." g But this solved no problems, gave no explanation of Fraternity's place in the gp R.C.C. fRochester City Collegej. So on went the dauntless Jack Dalton, fearing fx nothing butwondering much. Prince Street, a moment of indecision, and the impos- l ggi ing brick building on the corner drew him on, much as its inhabitants did others. Only to the door he progressed when he stopped stock still. Had the brothers V3 broken the by-laws and brought women in the house, mai.r non., he looked further and rushed from that holy of holies, the sanctum of'Women's College, and the W lair of the City Smoke Prevention Committee. QS Yvith scared haste, young Dalton soared over the hedge which separated him from freedom, and before him appeared a huge banner, "Press Club Headquarters" km and thoughts of his quest returned. He jumped up the front steps feeling sure he Cf: would be at home in this atmosphere, but on entering the house he found eighteen youths in long gray suits resembling winter underwear or, fat tights on a thin chorus girl doing their daily dozen before the picture of a certain quarter-miler. "Now in those days, we used to do things," one was saying Q louder still in an inner Q room, a strident voice cried, "Vote for Bryan, my platform is not free silver, but ,tg selective ballot counting," and Iack left the turmoil sadly puzzled. YL Down Prince Street he wandered, and a pleasantly familiar foamy tang in the air quickened his pace till it brou ht him in front of a palatial mansion named the German Club. It was approached only by a winding pathway swept by the stern K., gaze of four upperclassmen, intent on upholding traditions. Feeling small' but determined, he oozed up to the porch, offered his hand with a glib speech ready on his tongue and bit said tongue in abject fear as "Bong" went Big Ben over his if head. "Bong, bong," it went ringing out clear in the Spring air, as it played the i Drinking Song from the Princely Student. Into the house went Iack, and he saw a rank of fifteen youths drawn up in brilliant array before ten others. The fifteen held large earthenware cylinders, closed at one end, with a handle on one side only, C1 and alternately clicked and gulped in perfect rhythm. But it was just a practice session, and it soon broke up, then he learned that the ten selected ones were the most prominent German Clubbers, and belonged to an inner, select circle called the Rotary Club because of their method of perambulation on occasion. "Thank if you greatly," said lack, and left that house glad to have met a group of gentlemen. K fe favs K5 Q 52.95 353531656 tis-RQLQE at ZDJQLEE QQEQEA 9'79.i3fo37? F3 5353953 55963 53552195 5333515 5 359391639 '9 198 ft wbwwzwwzsenmfemvwmmowmsb Qaamwmavfwwxwwwww No soonerout than the strains of music drew him to the portals of the Choral Soci- ety where the boys were carolingmerrily,'The Sweetheart of SomeOther Chi.' From the welter of gorgeous sound soared a virile baritone, a Scottsville baritone, sing- ing 'The Bards D0 Sing of a Funny Old King', and the aesthetic sense in Dalton thrilled to hear such cultural music. He looked inside, and saw the boys trying to act tough and accustomed to their beautiful new quarters. But the brass-plated spitoon, shining in polished brilliance proved that they were not used to modern conveniences. "Nothing here", says lack, and he crossed the street to a place marked 'Bache- lor's Hall'. There he entered a totally different environment. Bridge and arguing only were being done, and he noticed a lack of the intellectual discussion that he had found on his other visits. Not till he was asked by a blond youth of business- like mien what his presence meant, did he realize that he stood in the innermost retreat of Facultaa: But he didn't stay long, for he looked too much like a student to be near these demi-gods and out he went. He was drawn back across the Street by the dismal, slow tolling of stillanother bell. "Blong, blong, blong," it went as Sexton Thornton toiled at the rope, and Iack held his hat in both hands and with bowed head, stepped inside the door of the battered red brick house whence came the doleful noise. But within all was merriment and jollification, and he thought for a moment he was back with the Elks. Hand shaking, and jokes, and witty saying, and just sayings, but no ex- planation of the bell. Then he learned that these boys, the R.A.C., were blessed with a Ladies'Auxilary in the Women's College, and that the little ladies had been reamed in their membership campaign. Internally mournful, externally carefree, the true mark of a cultured college man-able to shake off bitter disappointment at someone else's misfortunes. Feeling near his goal, fnever mind what it wasj he pressed on to the huge white barn on the corner of Prince and Main. Over the door a sign read, 'University Club', and hung below it was a shiny top hat, extra high. Iack sidled in the entry way and saw a group going through the same process he had seen back at the German Club. But the cups were smaller, the s oons were teaspoons, and the performers were Varsity Club Freshmen learning the ropes. And after the cere- mony each went up before the picture of a handsome moustached man, Prex by name, bowed and mumbled, "All that I am, all that-I hope to be, I owe to you my patron," And he inet a slick youth, and he met a great athlete, and he leftfglad once more to have seen a group of real gentlemen. Notebook nearly filled, he bore down on the Alexander Street Student Union. There quiet reigned, for it was study hour, and the brethren lay back in their chairs and slept, while one polished a .certain silver cup, humming as he did so, "O, Dr. Watkeys, O, Dr. Watkeys, see me here right hard at work, too doo doo, and never shirk." lack interrupted him to ask what their big points were, but the youth would only say, "See Carl Lauterhachf' After being teased, he answered, "We boast, and not idly either, that we are run by the same management -as Bachelor's Hall. As such we are unique. Moreover, we almost won the Basket- ball cup." V , . The notebook was filled, the investigation over, and still no general conclusions could be drawn. Nine clubs, but where was the college, what bound them together besides their interest in bells? Blank bewilderment, hair rending des air, and suddenly, with a cry of glee, lack Dalton, the unconquerable, picked up his trusty desk phone. He called each house in succession, and to each one said in sub- stance, "Do you want two hot dates?" And back came the answer, resonant and inspiring in its unanimity "Do we? Iust tell us where they arelu But from Bacheloris Hall Came "Blake it four!" mmmfmmmemmmwfzmsnwz wfmmfsammammamcmmfvs 199 gf .ge Rigs 1 mjgqm-mics wwe! C Patrons and Patronesses Beal W lzfllfd' from fllofher and Dad MR. AND MRS. T. I. BURGETT of The 1929 Interpres Beal Ipvl.-J'l18..l' of Jloflzer and Dad MR. AND MRS. C. G. VICKERY Succeazr fo dll the Boya' DR. AND MRS. W. EUGENE POWELL Bari 1VLrhe.r of 171 other and Dad MR. AND MRS. N. S. R. GILBERT Bewf W'i.rhe.r of .ffloilzer and Dad MR. AND MRS. C. H. KINCAID Be.ri 1Vi.rhe.r of Mother and Dad MR. AND MRS. L. G. TURNEY Bef! lVi.rlze.r of Illollzer and Dad MR. AND MRS. HUGO TEUTE' Bari W'i.rhe.r io fha Claw' of 1929 MR. AND MRS. T. V. SMITH Hoping and Expecting that ihe Cla.r.r of '29 Will Become U.rq'ul Cllizena' MR. AND MRS. C. I. PROSSER With Bari l7i.rhe.r io flze Cla.r.r of 1929 MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM M. ALLING l7i.rhing You dll Health, Succemr and Confenfmenl MR. AND MRS. R. M. HAVILL Bewt W'z1rlze.r of .fllofher and Dad -MR. AND MRS. IOHN M. SMELTZER Bart 17i.rhe.r of .ffloflzer and Dad MR. AND MRS. ANGELO OTTAVIANO u Best W i.rl1e.r, John MR. AND MRS. W. D. CHIPP Bari Wzkhea lo ilze Claw of 1929 MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM F. YUST Bart WiJheJ ia Clam of 1929 DR. AND MRS. ALLEN M. 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By choosing the right equipment you can have a live-hgure-bank-account a great deal sooner than if you believe th at most any equipment is good enough to start with. Over 40,000 Dentists in the U. S. A. use American Cabinets and this surely is a strong argument in their favor. Our goods can be purchased from the dealer in combination with chair, engine, unit, and in fact a complete outfit, on one contract on easy monthly pay- ments. We willdemonstrate our line in your city before you graduate and hope to see every member of the senior class. , THE AMERICAN CABINET CO. Two RIVERS, WIS. ' g 'f"f'. Xiiiffti. ,.-::T::":ri'i'g'f"E:I ii, ,. ii .T V 1: ,- lf, -" , -' .-rx ,ff-X N ,. g , . 9 1 -1. -- Y ' V i . "Lf .. 31, . . 'ft X, 5 X tp 2. . x ' ' ,...,.,.- ...--...... .Ls cs . X.,,f 104 .X TN X , l 1 l I l , , l l l l , . I , i , 1 .. 5 l 12 gl wif ll lx lilf 1,g"v! l:U?l A :H hilt Q.-'fy'-1 :Qgfu 1652 Ili" n 'ae 1I,V,l blk? 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A run down heel is everything but a good appearance MAIN 89 5 mmfmnfmmewwmmnma nmmmmfwwesmmfwmswa 2.05 'gwzsuwzwwswwmvwzwwzesp 5 3 ' SUTRO BROS. 8: CO. .D Members New York Stock Exchange S BONDS Government - Industrial Municipal - Railroad Public Utility ' D ' . l M K Oveoceaxacwmmwwzmwzfejwzme . Q Complimenzzr of Q Genesee Brick Supply Co. . Manufacturers of Bo-Purified Cinder Blocks I Q 404 Lincoln-Alliance Bank Building n Rochester, N. Y. 832 St. Paul St. ' Main 6173 D I - J , F. T. S C. . W l . . 'Q V i D age S' 3 S C Steele 'D I I Sage, Wolcott E69 Steele SIDNEY B. ROBY Co. ' . - Investment D Sec u 1' i ti es g IRON and STEEL . , MILL SUPPLIES 511-517 WILDER BLDG. Roc!-xesrak, N. Y. D X AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES J ' 'D WHOLESALE .and RETAIL u GOLD, SILVER AND Nicrcnr. PLATING gs ' ENAMELING - METAL SPINNING Q 7.08-7.14 SOUTH AVENUE STUART - GLVER - HOLTZ Co. D RQCHESTER, N, Y. Manufacturers of Loving Cups and Metal ,D . Specialties Q ' "Ark About Our Spherical Antenna" Q 11.6 N. Water St. Phone: Main 5560 I lcmmxvymmnammmmm 7.0 FGM! C. C 2 5 52 3 Q GQXGEFQXGKFN FQXGFBQQSLGW e'Q9J WFBQQQXGSGWWFMGB 6 1 1 .1 D. Q 1 A C. 7 'A 4 .i n N A cl 6 V: as is WM l K if Q s ,-K"-1 s , ffrhf Jimi Tim llfdkff You 55 A' ' Want A101-6" WHY? 3 Ni, - - ...... .......- - ' ' ' ' rg, ,U Y l. - NSN, Q 7 A Great Economy for Pa, if V mls as-Ei?3?JR:t:glEE:T0 BE A Labor saver for our Ma, EQ Q' W f A Wholesome Dish for Brother Paul, H F, ,J N in An Appetizer for us alll wifi MDE 1 C' ll-1 ' N .J J 5 'fl vb . QREH A 9 if M ll E A R u WANT M Y- 5 . Pl' i If -:Q M A 'N' E S T E P ' A rf, 2 -"'-. .-"ii . i i ' ' - - - .....- - - ' ' Lil ' mum . E-'D m-Wim A., uk-L' , if l Q? Uilllliben Zi Gu Clip Eu ZLoniJun" - 171 first go up ra 'W N ', Ar' ERNEST R. CLARK'S Q' gl TRAVEL BUREAU QI: ' 1001 TEMPLE BUILDING 'P W Rochester, N. Y. he El Gust buck of Sib1ey'sj gg Q3 Q and buy my ticket. I will ask him many questions about how and when to go, what has to see and how and when to see it. If I ' rf decide to go in a conducted patty or on n cruise, I will ask him to help me select one 233 that fits my purse and purpose. And he will 'sf answer all my questions gladly and care- l I fully, no matter how many I ask, and he will xx let me use his maps and hooks of travelg for, K you see, travel is his hobby. He has crossed Q 5 the ocean many times and has lived and vii" 5 studied on the other side-and he likes to ia, Tl a help those who have the wander-thirst. Hi: telephone if Siam' 4191 hal l . CNole:London in the heading really means Z3 1 wherever you wish to go, I we , A , .Q 'W ,Q cg i,fle11zffs'-v---1 5:-we-ggi "-- :.f34-'-5-'ii-MV-fl-'34-1-2W 'AJ' ffi 1 rl--g:::,-Li.g......1L4:.::f:::, 3..-1:T::-- - W ' -, Q F W fiwfe fiwfrf QfQ?'5femfxmQiafs is ssssfalgsaimfeinmmfegfsffesea Q95 W 2.07 .mm .Jia xv P1 K YL YL K 4. 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The result would be mecharucal Q Q typesettlng, pressvvork, paper and b1nd1ng . . . all if Q that a great many Annuals are . . . a jumbled mass 5 of text and 11lustrat1ons. va . 1 5 A DuBo1s Press Annual, however, means typog- get , ,sg raphy, presswork, paper and bindmg . . . plus. 3 az . . . 5 Plus a treatment vvhlch UHIHCS the l1terary fea- Q Q tures, conslstent art work and typography, pleas- if Q mg color combinauonsg sultable papers for end Q K leaves, opemng sectxon, cl1v1s1on pages and text, 35 and finally covers that are not only durable and if Q attract1ve but suggesuve of the theme, whenever Q Q poss1ble. ' Q PG gg NVE ARE BUILDING flair .reaxan the Year Book: of the Eg ,sg United State: N :wal and Military Academia, E 5 Cornell Univcrriqy . . . and many orberx. E we as PQ if ze Q The DU BOIS PRESS 5 2: , , x Q Bazlderzr of Fzne fBookJ and Catalogues Q li 1 5 I BROADWAY E 5: 'Q ROCHESTER, NEW YORK Q an 71 ' be R 75 I 1 .,..,,,' 1 X. 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Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois I lulnaglluu the J Q U C 55 5 5 'Q Courtesy Quality' .. Service J v Whm you think of ' g 3 T T ' GLEWOOD '16 FARM SUPPLIES T T C D "Max" The Florist , C' wg, Where Artiriir Floral 'drrangemmtx thmk of N 5 D , U" Mad' BURR Sz STARKEWEATHER Co. C Q We would rather give little more L ig X than little less 42-48 STONE STREET 5' T ass LYELLEAVE. ROCHESTER, N. Y. ROCHESTEIS N' Y' J Q J E2 MAIN 973 MAIN 979 REAGENTS, STAINS and 5 Q ACME CULTURE MEDIA 2 l FRENCH for Q i CLEANERSAND DYERS Bacteriological-and. Biochemical 5 'D ' HIMACULATE DRY CLEANING" ,EXamlI1at1OI1S C Q 1 STORE The Laboratory of H.W. Lehmkuhl 1 6 'Q 581 EAST MAIN STREET 73 Howell Street Rochester, N. Y. Q l R R Q kXf.7e6DX5"OfD253lfQ,Q.G79fQ2Cf9fl9Q'9 T jmszmrmasfesmmamreymfvq ll 111 7 I I I I rgmwmwwwwwwmwewmp Qemxwwmwwmwwwmg E5 -.E li J I 1 Q J C COMPLIMEN TS I I of tl 4' gy FRIEND I ! Wxxx. ifLI.Nm.xeu.LKA.fwN Ji N X04 1 G f R J I w .GEORGE M. CLANCY 3 A I CARTING CO., Inc. 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NM Bigzzy Cikeing an - ' PATTY SHELLS A SPECIALTY 9 J Compliments of cz ' F fiend ' 1 Tpmmmmmowwmmmm fsfmmmsmrw.mmammymm,.f Q 117 I T f'2NlG3FQ25'9Fi5ZG3fQ9.63t'Q26vWfQ26'9fQm!55R3263 F3263 YQRGWFQXGEFQXQQQGB F4163 ei Q s -3,fO'b"x.a Bmw wares waeawaeeafiemaea eaaeautq Qs:-,Q may weeagjszfa Lame ai ' T" A A 7 ii :D ' J V 11 il l l 1 T T 1. NL' 1 s Q 2' A at T S - f Q WA- if A . . t 3 3 M Styles in Clever Clothes is CLEVER CLOTHES are designed and intended for the live young men who 2 -Q demand a little more snap an go in their apparel, and one look at the new 33 styles we are now showing will quicken the pulse of the livest young American 5 'X ' Come in and see them. CLBVBR CLOTHES cost less because they are 'Qi SOLD AT OUR FACTORY DIRECT TO YOU I Q4 A Ask about IO Payment Budget Plan Q Qt STEEFEL-ooNNoR co. i 72-80 St. Paul Street A J College Men and W amen T Appreciate Serantom 'J J 33 'ao 1 I Z if The two big Book Stores offer an unexcelled opportunity to keep in touch with the world's progress in every Held. I ED Qi The shops devoted to Sporting Goods, Educational Supplies, Sta- ' A tionery, Leather Goods, Art Novelties and Oflice Equipment are lg? perpetual bazaars of all that is new and offers good quality and value. I QQ 1 .D The spirit of the slogan "Come in and Browse" makes the stores ' ,Q delightful places in which to' trade or pass away some leisure hours. I 5 A A - 0.0 l E- ' t E WEST STORE ' , 9 EAST STORE l F5 PowERs BUILDING 5 334-336 MAIN ST. EAST Q - 3 SJ t 5 5 W l D . i 1 :Ill VVYV " I.:T"'TT . f --. '-- TF 'Y " , 'TY V .1---Ti F-Q5fJi79fQ5tGV9 fQQ93 FQQGW p 33 YQQGBFQQGTVWXQQW 635 2.T8 -f -we 9 QM. 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Bo1.1.sn Prompt, Reliable Service DONALD G' CLARK A little quicker than urual 832-836 Granite Building 27 Scum WATER STONE 881 Main 5305 Phones Main 6343 . P New York Boston Salem Lynn Philadelphia ' Chi M l T O HOMER. KN APP U m0Dee:4:llmL0a ml, 'ma S D E San Francisco general Building Construction J ... D S ' 1462 MAIN sTREET EAST Phone Culver 3072 Q U Dr D D D D H V - Y 'YAY Y D yu D D 3 55 D PAGE 89' SHAW The Candy Q' Excellence l Rochester, N. Ya Pnaeg Crosini. ' -London Emu- an D:....,.,x:n - 2.31 gi, 3 5 3 S ,E 69163 FX P' GFX GFX G0 GFX FW fl GFX F90 fQXG3Q'Qlv i. ,g S . Lpiz: ,S .,i, lngnggt fpggg lu m, S. ' ff .V-,X 1 . Ng. ,gf ,l 3, -r A X err 5. vw- rig . YS. , e. 11 1?-1 ami . 1,1 P - , Iliff 31 11- 4 . . I W ,: -r . . MQ . h i is 'N Q Q '-Af. I K fy., X, -,-7 P - ,nv-X :VK D Sh X. ffrifzj V X '. ' , Q. ,1 ,lsr on - 1 .Q-P A Tri of" 11 A3551 11 , 33 'I - - fa-:1 ' ' fig? Jr. , .xlw . 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A L'76Q0Q'3bQ'! wmvmwwemw UBQIU Qwcwwtmescwwwzsw was Q95' or the wuffif mem who fezithfzelly follows college lzfe, not mb on the field of sports but in .racial life as well 'f To attract and hold the attention of the University man . . . to faithfully portray his activities, not only in the land of sports but in his social activities...that is the aim of every newspaper, however great, however small. And in the world of journalism in Roches- ter, thejournal-American points proudly to the fact that as the University of Rochester has grown, so has the Journal-American news columns broadened to meet this growth ...for this newspaper realizes the part that the college man plays in the world of today. Each day the Journal-American faithfully depicts the life' of the University and its progress, each day it reflects the life of this great institution, and as time goes on, and the University rises to even greater heights, so will the Journal-American con- tinue to portray its activities. + Zfuurual : Qmeritan ROCHESTER, N. Y. 352.79 FDX0WfQ263fQ5lG7fQ2GWfBQ03if'41fQQ61fQy63fQ96W6QQG3fQXG3FQ9J 7-33 Gomplimentx WF JOHN LUTHER 63 SONS CO. 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Agentf and dealer: ezwywherz. 2 - ROCHESTER STORE 5 108 EAST AVENUE PHONE: STONE 2431 ill!IIIIIIllIIIIIllllllIIllllIIlIIIIIIllIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIllilllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIlIllIIlllIlllIllIllIllIllllIllIIIIIllIIIllllllllllIIIIIIllIIIllIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIllllllIIIIlIIIlllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllll 134 J D E I Emw wiser wsu-J eww gsm new L7 Q A Qifwjggma wcsg Rapp was QJRYQK Q Q X! DAMP-PROOFING I WATERPROOFING D PLASTER KEY S s www Machine Applied Under Air Pressure N . Western New York Par-Lock Appliers -----INCORPORA TED T 958 Ellicott Square Buffalo, N. Y. A f The University Caterer D U 3 MAGGS D 3 EQHQW' ' WILLIAM R. STOREY D Civil Engineer 3 I ypif and Surveyor ,Uf51'6'15i2a",CQifftn6??f' 7 D. Phone 2580 Sme sos ELLWANGER-AND BARRY BLDG. Z2 ROCHESTER, N. Y. T .nv .D Q For J ICE CREAM WILLIAM R. STOREY Q Phone stone 3886 HOMER W- STOREY ARTHUR M. GEIL D 75 and 77 CHARLOTTE STREET HENRY R. BLODGETT A . A Zifszfiw mmemiw new mm alm a fmmfszmasm my 1 35 rw 1 es I S -0' 5 J ,W Qi EASTMAN MTHEATRE 'Q 2 ERIC CLARKE, General Manager Gi' , ROCHESTER, N. Y. 'Q J' 'U I Opened September 4, 192.1 FOR THE ENRICHMENT OF COMMUNITY LIFE -af R B Y the terms of the gift of George Eastman, this theatre ' 'J 1 is the property of the University of Rochester, to be L: operated by a separate board of trustees and maintained for Q, 5 ' the promotion of musical interests in the City of Rochester. 'ix Q Any surplus from the operation of the theatre is to be used K' for this and for no other purpose. so Q 'D DEDICATED TO MOTION PICTURES AND MUSIC ' Home of the Rochester Philharmonic Orcbextra G 'N 13 J If E T 5 5 REGENT THEATRE PICCADILLY THEATRE 2 sl' A , D H Entertainment C A' Popular Poliqy C p 1 1 for Everybody ,, D i L D 1 SELE CTED Two FIRST-RUN Q H FEATURE PICTURES FEATURE PHOTOPLAYS D I and Q 'D ARTHUR NEWBERRY'S JAZZ Q 3 M ORCHESTRA 'Q ,D With a Program of Varied C Q S C R E E N Q NOVELTIES I .I I 1 Q 'D f BARGAIN MATINEES ' C D Bargain Matimex, 12.30 to 1 p. m., 15 cent: II A, M. To I P. M.---I5 CENTS 1 C U C immimmmnemmmmm wmmmmftwsmasmmmo v 2.36 'W . etmtowzw wzseaf-cemented Ubiiilg wtwwwstwtmwmew ewes eeafeag -- 1' - fi ' :"'1' ' "':'i2?1 -9 i What Others Are Saying: The following Editorial from "Commercial Westi' is brimful of interest for those who want to measure systems by the results that flow from them. "Seattle has achieved much unfortunate notoriety over its municipal ventures into undertak- ings which should have been left to private capital. The result has been an ever increasing oppres- sive load for taxpayers. "A few years ago Seattle, by an overwhelmingly large vote, ratified a proposition for municipal ownership of its street railways. The properties were taken over by the city at an agreed purchase pricein city municipal bonds. The company owning these local lines was glad to sell to the city, as they could not operate at a profit with the fivecent fare to which they were limited. The city after taking over the lines had to raise the fare to ten cents, though the company would have been content with seven or eight cents. But even at ten cents the lines, under political control, could, make only deficits. And then there arose a political clamor to repudiate, at least in part, the inter- est on city bonds given to the corporation in purchase of the properties. This, of course, would have been absolutely disastrous to the credit of the city, and wiser counsels prevailed to the effect that the interest must certainly not be defaulted. But to meet this interest the city was recently forced to set aside money required for ordinary operating expenses. On the day before Christmas the municipal railway employees were not paid in cash, but in warrants which no Seattle bank wished to handle. The municipal employees had to go to a small bank in the suburbs to get their money, and this only after a kind wealthy friend had agreed to guarantee the bank against a loss. "The city of Seattle, in attempting to secure a monopoly of the electric lighting and power business, kept reducing rates in order to take away business from the public utility company. But despite this unfair competition, the public utility company, simply because it gives a better and more reliable service, has lately been increasing its earnings, while the city has been steadily piling up its already huge load of public debt. "With the defeat of' several of the members of the Seattle council most responsible for the foolish policies which have so greatly injured the reputation of the city, there seems a prospect of co-operation instead of competition in the future with public utility companies, an improved financial credit for the city, and perhaps a renewed movement for investments which will aid local prosperity." U ROCHESTER GAS AND' ELECTRIC CORP. E H F5 if Q K. Q, L. il 0- if My C C. Q N i if C 2 Q C 2 L Q c C. c Q mm fssteaifom fQ3ZfBit'Q5Lvf3f?M26'9 fa ima bam mmf 7-37 5 wzijlezwwwwmwmwmesp gweacaiwcejsoawwzmwcei l e ev Q was 3 f S 3 . 'Thin' Bz'na'z'ng q 3 Q l WM.l F. ZAHRNDT 85 SON Q D c, 5 q e b Sevent31QIlxl:leiT.1:'e5vl. Street 1 'U l E 3 Q 3 2 U Q 5 Q 8 3 ' ' 5 5 3 3' l Deugner: and Builder: 'g 'D A '01F e C' Q X l Boekbindings and College Annual Covers 5 3 l 5 1 LWQXGWQMW-mmmmm 6 jfmmfmasfmnmamrvefamggi 2.38 ""-"' 'w"""'1"""'l""" dmmff' T-1-"--"""'s'c'Zap5N?"h'i'n""'I3lfw' """1'7'fs" gm""""" TW?- li? li ,. .l A 1 , X: ! l .5 N l .. , , . Wx. , , r ics' B P -'K -'Bk 1 fir-.::r.g ',i- :-::,:1gpn:zp1f::::.z:11111:::::1:11:11':i.iL.:r.i..:.x.iilS1J ..i-..ifglzixizgzrzgzgzir :-11:11 4:3 ::.g:::,:1:::g:-1g::g::1:.1:::.1,:,-11-TE , J I lik' l LJ?" ,- Y ,fr -' W my J ,,-,,,,:, If . "J lh sf on' xl a n ier 1? A o ll A i la 5, gain . ls 631513 are Amer1ca's largest school 1 XQX A-i Qi 'Q gl: N' FD X 'VN gl n annual desi ners and en ravers 'G W . . 2 because we render satzqfactzon jg 5 1 on more than 400 books each is .I O O X, X year. Intelligent co-operation, Q V highest quality workmanship fl and on-time deliveries created our re utation for de endabili . cfl 53 33, JAHN 8: OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. 2 5 '?fJotogrfzpfvers, Artists and Makers of Q J Fme Prmtzng Plates fbr Black or Colors. C' 'D l 817 W. Washington Boulevard - Chicago Q 3 4, V Telephone MONROE voso F5 mfg-au. 1 g g - .ffl Dm 5 Q l Wm is Q 3 2 A . A J! Q 5 FQX5'3EQQ67ifQ5h?9 snowman QQQQQQGSKQOJG 145 h l fl ff gbqtwuawnwwmmmwzfpwwu Qevcvwmsvmwwmuwcmwziue Q I C I xy 3 STONE SC WEBSTER and BLODGET 3 . INCORPORATED Q i E S D 1 INVESTMENT SECURITIES lg BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO Q Reprfxented by Q Q JOSEPH P. DRYER Q 39 State Str t 3 ROCHESTER, Y. U I I C' Q TELEPHONE MCC. HAZELTON BROWN 5 Mann 6175 EDWARD S. GREGORY, JR. U Q , C S 5 U B U I L D O F S T E E L L S I fi? Q GUY Greater Unifversigf gg D AND Q 3 -I.-.EI I,,, -C ,YII vf Gfeefef 'Kqcbe-fref g 7 C 'W' 53 5 Q I Q D GENESEE BRIDGE COMPANY 2 3 P. O. Box 42 C. E Office and Works: 344 West Avenue 6 5 N Q C S 53 Cmfmcwmmn-9mmmmm qmmmmfm,nmmfmmmQ 2.46 gwvwmwmswmmmwmmmwu 3 L he f Q Mathews Sc Boucher ' Q WHOLESALE Q AND RETAIL HARDWARE MERCHANTS Q Specialists in Corbin? 4 D Builders Hardware J LEONARD REFRIGERATORS E j G33 L 26 Exchange Street f Lt L l 101-IN SIDDONS COMPANY E E 6S.NORTH WATER STREET ' ROOFING .'-.' SHEET METAL 3 3 3 3 D STEEL CEILING! E2 If you are a builder or a private owner, Q consult us, we will be glad to furnish 'Q an estimate. g "NO JOB TOO LARGE" 5 PHCNE MAIN 1048 3 mmfmmmmnammmmmgnmmmmfmmmmfmmma h v 7.51 ' S1 - X 3 1 .. ., 5? - 1 S E34 ez K . ,.,... ,O ., Q, Bwzswwzwwxwwsmvmwimfesu Osmpwwmwxmwwwwmif f E E 1 5 . Q E T J p Q 3 Telephone Main 2122 Q 5 Collegiate Cigarist Q R XARTHUR s. TRAENKLE l Successor Joseph T. Snyder Q ROCHESTER STORE Q 18 Main Street East ' G E E 5 R lv R O'Brien,8z Ritz Market D x A 69 From Street Q V FRESH MEATS and POULTRY 'D "It is our earnext defire Q AD , I I ,, to pleafe our grade" I 1 Phone Main seas Q R E Q Rf R g R E EUGENE G. SACKETT COMPANY, INC. 3 R fi C 0 N T R A C T 0 R S' U . , C 3 5 D MARBLE, TILE, SLATE, TERRAZZO, CORK D R ' C vo C 5 1 GRAVES STREET C gf 5 'Q MAIN 940 ROCHESTER, N. Y. gt D " T C Emmimmmnammmmm fsfmmmamfmmmszmrmaafvj i V 7.51 . - D I D Q95Q3L97aQ!6JZS'Q!l'9b"Q!l9TQ9L5b'Q9LJ Yi gwmawmzmwwwwmwm si A A 5 The Your prermt SCHAEFER BROS. BUILDERS D World's f fmfwmffff SUPPLY CO., INC. ' acc: t d 'n Best P ' ' ROCHESTER, N. Y. trade MUS1Cal Anti Freeze Solution Motar Colors inglg Irons gfxilding Paper ' ' s um s t Merchandise Cement Blocks Plxtii' of Paris Gypsum Partition Roofing PlBlocki3 d Steel Sash Eary tmm, Small ---the policy that C,:.'ffSy,f1'fH3oa,d 3g3g2:3g,Efm1 down payment, has built Roc h- Igsgseliiiigfwk giiriiirbiliie ' F ' B ' .k H th T'l balance illttkbl ester s largest gf,'E1af,?egtime,,E firtitiolx -me ' el' OTH l' ' ' f, ' or monthly music house- ?loth6s1Poleson Oi ers il-g:rgl?qiS:uci:lticBJash N ron ro umns ' t Yitrilied 'Iile Copiugs PaTIli:eBriiIgl1:s 'D ' Esther Besgd gfement Pnxints ' : Z Da:-lnney s aterproo rugs pets Mud and Grease Traps Clean Out Door W 11 T' Coal Doors S Waite Segment ' Metal Lathe Ixeen's Cement, 'D Fire Clay Lime EN voun w me Musu eong-Q , Flue Lining Marble Dust. U or I iifr-IGN ? 1 1015 CHILI AVENUE Telephone Genesee 3453 ESTABLISHED ARTIFICIAL LIIVIBS Nearest to Nature Most acceptable for all amputations Illustrated catalog upon request D U g i The Walkeasy D D U D U D U D 'J Abdominal Supporters - for use after operation or 1 .. -1 , x it f 3 nd.t. . . "gg Q n ' CO I lon FC Ulfln ... ,. .,gr,t v Q g support ELASTIC HOSIERY SILK-VERILITE SILK-LINEN With and without seams Made to measure-lit guaranteed SURGICAL CORSETS WITH ABDOMINAL SUPPORT ' Controlled and adjusted from the outside of Garment. Made to measure. TR USSES Qfevery kind and description SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED ' GEORGE R. FULLER Co., 230 Andrews Street MAIN 2679 Between St. Paul and N. Clinton Sts. MAIN 2679 5 , L fi Sl utah mfawemmn-2mmmwmmfs0.WfmmQsmfQs6WmmmmsmJ 7-53 -Af DDMDW R...,,Q1nL.,,.-L.t,....L....s.sg....Ll,....f.. , L... Gm- I, A A, . AA ,, ,LAW I Y A L, ,..,l Lid.. l Ol 4 Q l 1 4 1 I 3 , J 4 ,T ' ., Ni .mga .f-, C' .f ' .f fs,-A sf fr'-.r .f 1 .:- L- x s I K X x X5 X- .,., .....,,,M,,,-.,e.,,,- ,..-,,, , .....--,,..,,- ,.. , .--.M...,.,-.-... ,..,,....,., ' ' "N-fa 7- S. 'W .nf-. 3 ' f.",'-Ali' .-- Y P- . "1 .- r , K A 4 x Lrfsgx,s.f xf.'1"4 P K! -' f 'Eff 35715135'l?,1Si'fT5iffri . 1 U et, T. S -X.- Q ,, , -..sc,mw, W Q- 5' - 1 I i f 'I Q, uw- , x EQLX .J .w x., if inf- 5 Q' A-:ji , V! V L ra HARNED S Rochester Box E99 lg y Dixh Rental Service Lumber Company CHINA - GS.-XSS - SILVERWARE Mmmfadunn of v , F T X.-7 ' 7 - - 1 If I VN eddmgs, Parties, Churches PACKING CASES AND SHOOKS H ly -xg, -i-W Lark Corner Boxer a Specialty -, E! 1 Phonr Alain 0151 7 ATLAS ST. Culver Road Subway, Rochester, N. Y. L' i 1, . I 3 52 i"i 1 J, A 1 it i7 , I CASTLE STERILIZERS r 0 R if if 9 , , , , 7-9lzy.v1cza1zV.v Dentists H ospztals Qgboratories , 1 VVILNIOT CASTLE COMPANY Rochester, N. Y. 'si E Pfaudler Glass-Lzned jig' Steel Equzpmem' Eli: 1 K . Among the many types of standard equip- 1 ment manufactured by the Pfaudler T i . Company for various industries are--- Q53 1 Pfaudler glass-lined horizontal stomge tanks T T in the plant of the Newark Milk and Cream if' Co Newark, N. J. gt gy 1 D.-IIRY CIIEMICJL CANNING BEVERAGE C52 Pasteurizers Mixing Tanks Vacuum Process Mixers ig X Truck Tanks Vacuum Pans Cookers Storage Tanks ' , ,ll Storage Tanks Distillation Equip- Emulsifiers Car Tanks ! ment Percolators -3 1 THE PFAUDLER CO. S S9 East Avenue K Rochester, N. Y. 53 - gig' P IF 1 l IIT IL IE H . iffwl ' ' ' iifff T ,Jiifiiea ' , 'H :Wen 29084 1 . ' qi' t y I!!! A W' ? 1 5,25 r, Y..,. 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Y. 1 C. vo' 4 J C IN DEX TO ADVERTISERS N3 Page No. P090 NO- M ' A E 5 1 Acme French Cleaners Sz Dyers. ,. . . . 211 Eastman School of Music .... . .4 215 ,f .4 h Aetna Insurance Company ...... . . . 229 Eastman Theatre ........... . .V 236 Q, D 5 Alliance Motors ............ K. . . . . . 250 Edelman Coal Company... . . . . . . 232 C' ' American Cabinet Company .... . . . 201 Electric Panelboard Company .... 225 'Q E Egbert F. Ashley Company ..... . . . 230 F at - B F b - B . ................. .. Q'1 '5 A Ball Shoe Repairing ............ . .- 205 Giofla. Eine. co. ............ .. Q23 C J Barnard, Porter 8: Remington. . . . . . 228 G Bartholomay ...,......... ' ..... . . . 214- - W Bausch 8, Lomb Optical Company 4.'- Q w . QQI Gallagher Motor Company, Inc. .... . . 213 C W Bohm Cabinet Company ........ . . . 209 Gene-We Brick PUPPIY Company' ' - - 206 j . . Ezra J. Boller ................ .. . . . . 281 Genesee Brldgfi Company -e-'---' A ' 246 Q5 Bonbright Sz Company, Inc. .... ' . . . 222 Genesee PFOVISIOH Company- - - - - 313 45 'D Geo. T. Boucher ............ . . . 225 211115 -'-'---""'--' ' ' C' JhR. ......A'Av' oro ' ae r ....,........ .. .. San? Braggxxe '.'-.-.'.-. r l . Sam Gottry Carting Company ........ . . 219 G Brown Bros. 8: Company ..... . . . 226 Electric COHHPRHY, 1110- - - - V 4? N Burke Steel Company. . ....... . . . 209 5 - U1 ,f --------'-'-'-e'- - - - F f ,D ' Burnett printing Company mglmbl 1 . b 231 Sldney Hall s Sons ............... . . 22.1 l, 'D Burr 8: Starkweather'Company. . . . . 211 H G i' C Harris, Forbes 85 Company .... . . 210 -' w. A. Case st son ........... ... 217 H t, ,A,-.,,.,.,.,,4.,, H Q49 'Q .D Centrals Cigar Store.: :-. .Q . . . 214 Lx I-iart Qompauyv A I i h A 4 . , 2129 C- ? - Geo- M- Clancy COIUPSWY' ---- - 212 Hart 8z'Vickf ............ . . 230 C' Ernest R. Clark ........... . . . Haverstick 3, Company ,.,,, , , 201 ' W' N- Clagfk COIHPHHY ----- - -Sf .. 7 The Hayden Companv ..., . . 201 g D - Crane Company .........' .... . . . 247 A, J' Heinzle Cofgxpmfv -..... Q , Q02 K., 'D . Cl'0U0h 85 Beahan Comlmny --+- ---" 2 Herffy Hardware Company ...... . . 202 C D , nu- Hibbard, Palmer Sr Kitchen ..... . . . .. 228 N 1 R. J. Dengler ............. Q . . . . . . 219 -fe Hollister Real Estate Q Bldg.'Co.. . . . 221 ,1 ' Sillon, Read 8: Company ........ . . . 224-f A. YV. Hopeman Sz Sons Company. . . 216 Q , Henry L. Doherty 8: Company. . . . . . 232' Bert A. Horn ......... , ........ . . . . 214 C D Drayton, Penington Sz Colket .... .,. . 213 Howe Sz Bassett Company, Inc.. . . . . 203 w The Du Bois Press ............ . . . 208 Howe, Snow Sz Company, Inc. .... . . 224 Q 9 . .am KTQQGWKQQG-SfQQfE7'56RQG3CQ2G3FQ9Jppp p 7-5 5 r BML, A . M. .. ' nh, ,M ..A,AA,. l 1 V I 1 rs . , ,f , i v l il .I . l I , I c 4 ll V ...,.......... -.. -.- - C . . . .s...-... . lowefmw twigs afvfsey woes wow aww i+:ED5P:9 messy homies-4 seizes was wfzseis 1 V'W':""'-4"-'T-ffl'TT'Z'1'li1"""T- 'i-Tlk1-- C '- 'Tl1ff'iu ""?"'a.T'A" MA:l1II 1,1 f ,a , 5 .. .' ' if ll if R laba Page No. Page No. g 'ii I Sidney B. Roby Company ...... ..... 2 06 fa' i gj Iogmire 35 'rholnpson Companbr. D . 4--4- QQ7 Rochester Box Sz Lumber Co. .....,. .... 25 4- jf , gg lots!-state Teachers Agency, .4.- V Q . QQ7 Rochester Camera Exchange .,,,.. Q. . . . 202 . 1 XB h , 1,-oodeqooit Coal 3, Supply Co ,4.' Q A ' Q55 Rochester Gas QS: Electric Corporation .,,.. . . 287 if .' lr ff Rochester Stationery Company ....,. . . 219 W 'Q i Q Q J Rochester Steel Fixture Corporation .,.. . . 221 F I l EJ I gahn DQlherQEngravmg Company .... . . . 245 gocgester Eheiological Seminary ..... . . 282 EQ Q - ourna -. merican ..... ,............ . . . 238 oe ester ln erwear Stores ....... . . 201 EE ,I ! 59 K Roesch Corporation ..........., . . 243 is E J. B. Keller Sons, Inc. ......... . . . 232 Max Russel- """""" V 'Q ' ' ' ' 216 M Q3 ' Homer Knapp ......,......,.... . . . 231 5 13 A, Q5 1 Knowles -'51 Peck Company, Im--. . . . - . 217 E. G. s11Ck6l,l',fC0., Inc .... .... . . Q52 li cs QQ Charles E. Kohlmetz ......... ..,... , . . 251 iagg, Viogott Steele bhhhihlin D . 206 QQ 3 aj: L u olp chmi t 8: Company .... . . 210 QQ I XS The Laboratory of H. W. Lehmhhhl. .... . . . 211 The Schwalb Coal Company .hiv - . 225 1 5 Q3 3 Isee, Higginson 3, Company mhplvhlhhl. .-.e Q 22 Schaefer Bros. ....,. ....... . . 253 QQ L i :D Levis Music Store .......,.,....... . , . 253 iirintgglf -'-- "--' --------'- - - 218 5 , L'kl," ............. ......,.. . . . 226 ms U man ' 0mP'mY '4--- ---- - - 910 fl ' 5 SQ A L:oot,1i,-A11iance Bank '.....--.- Q Q Q 217 Sibley:QLindsay 8: Curr Company .... . . 222 Q John Luther Sz Sons Company ..,. . . . 234 'gohg bggdigli CE '--"-""'-" - - FQ 3 Q . . . a 1 g ros .......... . . 5 as Q Maggs M 235 The Spencer Turbine Company. . . . . 226 3 ' ......,.. ............, St Pl La dr ....A"Q.. QQ 219 j Charles .. gh 155 . QQQJ lyisitlieyvs Sz Boucher .....,....... . . . 251 Steefepconnor Company .-..-, Q Q 218 QQ W fs M ae The Flow ------Q-..-- 211 some sh Webster and Blodget ,... .. 246 fl .- 41 McCurdy Sz Company ......, . . . 202 Wm R, S ore V ,-...A , h It K , , , . t 5 . ..... . .. .. 235 Q h 5 MCFff1'lm Clfithmg C0mP1Ul3'- - A - - - 230 Stuart-Oliver-Holtz Company .... . . 206 +4 2 Qi MCKIUIQ' 85 C0mPa11y ------- - Y - 244 Wm. Summerhays 8: Son ...... . . 212 ' ' ? G. 81. C. Merriam Company, ....,... . . . 222 Sutro Bros. S.: Company ...... . . 206 I, I 6 5' lgieyei Iiioote 8: Dayton Company .,... . . . 221 T ' Q ' 'Q eo. . iner ..................,. ... 213 , f, ' l CX , 1 David J. Molloy Company ....... . . . 211 Teal Qallerlng Company ........,,.. - . 923 ' Q 55" 1 I C. H. Llorse 35 Son ......,-t Q Q Q Q10 Technical Glass Apparatus Company ..... . . 209 Nb- ? Moser Studio, Inc. ........., . . . 242 Temple Theatre- --'--' 9 '-----'---- - - 294' ll Ci 5 A , v Thomann, Boone K DelNeve, Inc. . . . . . 220 l 'S l Q Z IN Art Traenkle ..............,.... . , 252 Q 'shi Eaticgnal glcighing Company. . , , . . . 205 Tllflkelk AHUIOUY 31 Company .... . . 224 ZH: " 'e rot ers ' ern ..........., 2-19 U 5, we 5 N ' B . ' '. . . . . . . . . El Eflfliglllelehgl .ff?1t'f1,fif'f'r1f'f1?., of ...... .. .23 ,Q 1 0 Q V 1 O,Brien Ritz Market Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 252 X'anDeyenter ........... 1 . . . . . 240 ii," D Q Odenbach Restaurant Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 203 F. P. Y anHoesen Company ........ . . 211 Q W E " ' P , . . l . D 1 .....l.......l llfi?ZZ2?..lf'2Qa'1f'Ef3.22l'fff.i"F?"fff'.inf''"" 222 lag 1 fQ"1'jfDfU8 Company -'---- '-- 930 The White WVire'VVorks Company ....... .. 218 ,Q 1 9 i Rag ' J. "" ' ' "" ' ' 'P 2 3 Whitmore, Rauber 81 Vicinus .... . . . . 253 3' Q 1 Til 1,fM5'fu'C OH, me - - - - - ZQ5 C. L. WVhiting ,..... ............ . . ess 1 y 3 . e PU ef company --'- 1 -- 34 The Will corporation ....... . . Q20 - ' 1 I PlCCRdllly Theatre ..,...... . . . 236 Yvihnot Castle Companx, 254 - Plyimuth Daify' IHC- -------- M - 215 H. E. VVilson Inc. .... T I '. . I f 214 .E Q J-B-P?S'1 Drug Compfmi' --4- Q30 M. E. Wolff Company ......,. .. 223 I vt ' 'D W 3 The Prmceton Tw Room ""' ' ' ' 212 . VVright Sz Alexander Company. . . . . 212 C R Y l Rappls "'--"-"'-"""------4 A - - 205 Yale Clothes Shop ............ . . 203 . D ' lfihas. Ratcgnffe ...... Q ..........---- - - - 212 Yates Coal Company ........... . . . . 231 lc E! Faimgifgd EEEQTEEEQEIIB C0mP1mY4 - W - - 4 - Yawman Sz Erbe Mfg. Company. . . . . 234 1 C h.ge.hThea.... .... U .iiiijiifjjijii iii 236 z Q, ' Requa Electric Company ........,... . . . 220 Wm. F. Zahrndt 8: Son ..... . . 238 I C 'D Ritter Dental lhlfg. 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